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KING PHILIP REGIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL 

WRENTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



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STUDENT PUBLICATION 

KING PHILIP REGIONAL 

HIGH SCHOOL 

WRENTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 

VOLUME IX 



SHOWCASE FOR 
LEARNING 




CHIEFTAIN 1966 




CONTENTS 




Foreword 


4 


Faculty and Administration 


5 


Seniors 


23 


Activities 


41 


Sports 


61 


Events 


83 


Undergraduates 


97 


Epilogue 


128 


Directory 


129 


Advertising 


145 




system, has maintained its position as a center 
for educational progress since colonial times. 
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j^Sa ^ra ^a^^^Englander. This concern with 
the scholastic^pM^ocational ne^p-j^^d, 
^•fEIIdren l %^ty jyp|pievelopment of th®K»|pjj 
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r^pmy^^^^fn^^f Norfolk, Plainv™C 
•^E^/W^I^|^^[Massac]^^p^^alized that 
individually they could not provide optimum 
»*d^>ndary education for their ehiklren^™** 
joined together to build a Regional High 
School which would provide a broad|n|ju3 
riculum for the pursuit of knowledge. This 
school, known as King Philip Regional High 
School,J*#^J^OT^L^.1ro^• the central ^g&fi 
Np#entham, in 1956^7^^ tr i +*£'1' 

In the pursuant nine ■^^t§,^p^i^^^^m. 
lias been widened to a greater degree and 
the extra-curricular activities program has 
expanded. Z^^f^fc* ^^^J^^L^^&l 

'*t-Sj^^^h ^^^M^^S^^k^ expansi on 
f^^M^^^i&wns. that has led to a poput&J 
t'ion growth. This growth lias almost doubled 
the school population. As a result, a Regional 
Junior High School will open in Norfolk in 

September. 1 9 66 ^j%^M^^^r^3^f*^3*i 

King Philip Regional High School will be- 
W&mljjh. four-year school in fall of 1966. npy 
change makes possible an even wider curt 

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i^^^Majt&ieir schoofyaj|s||bwcase for leafS 
^^PJnThe 1966 Chieftain will endea"«15|rtgJ 
give those who are interested, a chance to 
become familiar with the learning and educa- 
tional processes displayed in the "show cases." 



FACULTY & ADMINISTRATION 




NEW SCHOOL ADDS TO RESPONSIBILITY 



Administrators expand 



School committee members, along with Mr. David Ea- 
ton, superintendent, have spent many hours in conferences 
and at the new junior high school site. Although they are 
all pleased with the progress made, the time spent in this 
endeavor has added greatly to their regular school 
responsibilities. 

Mr. Charles Manos, principal, and his assistant, Mr. 
Walter White, are busy and familiar figures at King Philip. 
They are responsible for instituting the staggered session 
scheduling, which takes care of the student overflow in this 
last year before the junior high students move in to the 
new school. 




Each school day begins with the announcements which Mr. Walter 
White, assistant principal, is checking for authorization. 




Mr. Charles L. Manos, principal, must fit the reading of the daily mail 
into his busy schedule. 





Mr. David Eaton, superintendent, who is primarily concerned with the 
building of the Regional Junior High School in Norfolk, points out the lo- 
cation of the main offices to Chieftain editors Marcia Semple and Charles 
Richardson. 



the "learning showcase 



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Mrs. Katherine Sheehan and Mrs. Mildred Hill are 
responsible for the many business activities of the 
superintendent's office. 



School committee members responsible for the 1965- 
66 school policies are: Mrs. Priscilla Bailey, secre- 
tary; Mrs. Eva Holmes, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mr. Ed- 



Secretary to the principal, Mrs. Ruth Bailey, is assist- 
ed in keeping school registers and student records, 
typing notices, writing correspondence, and running 
the switchboard by Mrs. Mary Hallett, and Mrs. Doro- 
thy Mitchell. 




Attendance checks and pursuant telephone 
calls are made daily by Mrs. Barbara Franklin, 
secretary to Mr. Walter White, assistant 
principal. 



ward Brown, Mr. David Eaton, superintendent; Mr. 
Walter Nelson, Mr. John Haley, Mr. Robert Carr, 
chairman; and Mr. Charles Winter. 




Guidance Counsellors meet 



COUNSELLORS PROGRAM CAREFULLY 



Students must have competent guidance in the planning 
of their academic or vocational programs if they are to 
meet the competitive challenges which college admissions 
and industry present today. 

King Philip guidance counsellors have undertaken an 
ambitious testing program which provides them with 



evaluative measures for determining the program of stu- 
dies which will best satisfy the needs of each and every 
student. 

Programs are re-evaluated each year to make sure that 
the students are following the course of study which is 
right for them. 




Mr. Francis O'Regan, guidance director, explains a college bulletin to 
Charles Richardson. 




Counsellor and head football coach, Mr. Conrad A. Pensavalle explains 
daughter Lee Stuart's college board scores to Mrs. Virginia Stuart. 




Guidance counsellor, Miss Catherine Brennan, makes a pleasant tele- 
phone contact with a parent. 



individual student needs 




Mr. Stanley Hamilton, counsellor, and Donna Miconi review her cumula- 
tive record. 




Typing and mailing transcripts is a most important respon- 
sibility of Mrs. Madeline Davis, secretary to the guidance 
director and counsellors. 




Stephen Henrich, Mary Jane Delaney and Dianne Hamilton check college 
catalogues for entrance requirements and programs of study. 



Health services extensive 




BUSY HEALTH PROGRAM 

Miss Margaret Keady, R.N., director of the health ser- 
vice program at King Philip is also the nurse director of 
the Norfolk Mental Health Association, a member of Mas- 
sachusetts School Nurses Committee, and advisor to King 
Philip Future Nurses Club. 

King Philip's health service program includes physical 
examinations, visual and hearing tests, speech therapy, 
dental health, and immunization program for diphtheria, 
tetanus, and tuberculosis. Health conferences with parents, 
pupils, and faculty, along with home visitations when nec- 
essary, are included in the comprehensive health program. 



As part of the twice a year dental survey, Spencer Frankl, 
D.M.D. is checking Judith Burt's teeth X-rays. 



Miss Margaret Keady, R.N., who is responsible for the health 
program at King Philip, is always ready to care for any student 
illness. 





Eye tests are given annually to all students. Here Miss Keady tests Ronald Tib- 
betts for possible eye defects. 




Hearing tests are given every year and in this instance Miss Keady is testing 
Thomas Maduskuie. 



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Service staffs provide for student welfare 



SKILLED SERVICE STAFFS 



School police officer Mr. A. Whitman Jameson, guards 
against traffic mishaps and accidents; Mr. Clayton (Jum- 
mings and his competent staff members maintain the school 
plant and grounds; and Mr. Julius Candella and his ef- 
ficient cafeteria helpers serve hot lunches daily to more 
than one thousand students. Services of the type rendered 
by these skilled people do much to make the school day 
pleasant. 




Every school day hundreds of hot lunches are efficiently served by cafete- 
ria staff members: Clara White, Elizabeth DiSciullo, Lucy Wignall, Mar- 
ion McCarthy, Rennie Bowden, Grace Matakanski, Velma Perry, Alyce 
Binney, Julius Candella, and Virginia Mitchell. 





Officer A. Whitman Jameson controls all traffic at the beginning 
and end of each school day. 




Head custodian, Mr. Clayton Cummings, is responsible for all 
maintenance and custodial services at King Philip. 



Custodians Mr. Curtis Willard, Mr. Edmund Major, Mr. Francis 
Fields, Mr. William Pierpoint, and Mr. Pasquale Instasi ably assist 
Mr. Clayton Cummings in all custodial duties. 



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Reading and Language Arts enhance learning 




EFFICIENCY AND POWER ARE KEYS TO 
BETTER READING SKILLS 

Reading skills must be developed to a level of efficiency 
and power if the student is to achieve in the required high 
school curriculum of studies. Greater emphasis is placed on 
the development of skills at all levels of learning. Plans are 
being formulated for the introduction of remedial- 
corrective program for the 1966-67 school year. 



Mrs. Barbara Popper, reading teacher, and Mrs. Alice Church, director of 
the developmental reading program, confer between classes. 



LANGUAGE ARTS A COMPREHENSIVE 
PROGRAM 

King Philip offers a sequentially developed Language 
Arts program in literature, composition, oral speaking, and 
grammar. Instruction is geared to student potential and 
achievement level. 

Communicative skills are basic to all learning. Once the 
fundamental concepts are learned, the student begins to 
enjoy and profit from the understandings which come to 
him from the great world of literature and language. 




Mr. James Black, English Department chairman, checks a 
literature assignment with senior, Donna Woolford. 




King Philip's English department has 
more members than any other aca- 
demic department. Members of the 
department, chaired by Mr. James 
Black are: Miss Marcia Friel, Mrs. 
Carol Arrick, Miss Gail Wexler, Mrs. 
Eleanor R. Alter, Miss Mary Kelleh- 
er, Mr. James Black, Mrs. Patricia 
Ferney, Miss Sheila Sullivan, Miss 
Elizabeth Petralia, and Miss Cather- 
ine Fitzpatrick. 



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Knowledge, the essence of world harmony 




Miss Priscilla Barnes, Mrs. Mildred Wal- 
lace, chairman of the foreign language de- 
partment; Mrs. Valentina Dzelzitis, Mrs. 
Katherine Hadjiyannis, Mrs. Lorna Rus- 
sell, and Mrs. Lucy Costello hold articles 
which represent the countries of the for- 
eign languages which they teach. 



OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN ABOUT 
PEOPLE AND CULTURE 

If today's students are to know their world neighbors, 
they must have at least a working knowledge of the geo- 
graphy, history, government, and language of these and 
their own people and cultures. The social studies and the 
foreign language programs at King Philip offer all an op- 
portunity to learn in these content areas. 

Social studies courses are offered at all grade levels and 
include geography and government as well as American, 
World and European history. 

Modern foreign languages — French, Spanish, German, 
and Russian emphasize the oral and conversational skills as 
much as the written and literary. Latin is offered as a four 
year study to give students a knowledge of an ancient lan- 
guage and culture. 




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History teacher, and senior class advisor, Mr. John Dwyer, explains some 
teaching methods to student teacher, Mr. James Femey, a senior at Bos- 
ton College. 



King Philip's Social Studies Depart- 
ment runs the gamut from seventh 
grade geography to advanced senior 
courses in European History. Facul- 
ty members gathered around the 
symbolic globe, who teach social 
studies subjects are: Mr. Hugh Mc- 
Comb, Mr. John Dwyer, Mr. Francis 
Gallipeau, Mr. William Brennan, 
Mrs. Anita Weinman, Miss Loretta 
Cimini, Miss Clara Manteca, history 
department chairman; Mr. Richard 
Guilette, Miss Catherine Fitzpatrick, 
Miss Suzanne Person, Mr. James 
Ferney, and Mr. Jan Van der 
Beurghe. 




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Mathematics and science challenge minds 





Miss Genevieve Szczepaniak, Miss Margaret Flaherty, Mrs. Lydia Fisher, Mr. William Skulley, Mr. 
George Nickerson, Mr. Edward Morgan, chairman; Mr. Robert Perry, and Mr. William Lepere, teach 
both traditional and modern mathematics. 



Mathematics teacher, Mr. Anthony 
DiRe, waits for his next class. 



THINKING AND REASONING, IMPORTANT BY-PRODUCTS 

Scientific and mathematical reasoning make for logical 
thinking. Although the knowledge gained in classes such as 
algebra and biology is of great value in itself, the ability to 
think and reason is an equally important by-product. It is 
with this thought in mind that the King Philip course 
offerings have been set up. 



Mr. Anthony Paglione, head of the science department; Mr. Glen Kibler, Mr. Jeffery Lambert, Mr. 
Charles Vailiancourt, Mrs. Marcia Boynton, Mr. Harry Burry, Mrs. Stella Schwork, Mr. William Bren- 
nan, Mr. Lawrence Lerner, and Mr. Robert Creighton are proud of their bulletin board. 



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Library, art, and music stimulate thought 



CENTER FOR PLEASURE AND 
KNOWLEDGE 

King Philip's library facilities are available to all 
students whether for reading pleasure or research. 
The library is the most important center in any 
school. Students and teachers depend upon the 
volumes — literary and reference — newspapers, and 
current periodicals for enrichment and factual 
knowledge. 




Musical director, Mr. Raymond Hill, uses his pencil for a baton. 



King Philip's obliging librarian, Mrs. Winona LoGrasso, tracks 
down a volume for Ann Lukk. 




ART AND MUSIC FOR INTEREST 
OR CAREER 

Creative arts are as necessary to the whole de- 
velopment of the student as are the academic and 
vocational studies. At King Philip there are se- 
quentially progressive art and music programs — 
grades 7-12. The programs are so planned that 
they hold interest for both the student who is in- 
terested in music and art and those who plan to 
follow careers in these subject fields. 




Mr. Edward Denon, drill instructor of the band, works his forma- 
tion for the next half-time show. 



Mr. Carlton Nickerson, chairman of the art department, shows a 
still-life painting to Miss Susan Tellis, student teacher, and Miss 
Lois Curran, art instructor. 




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Physical fitness promotes good health 




Miss Marcia Connors, girls' physical education director, types out a re- 
port with the help of Mr. Thomas Hartley, boys' physical education in- 
structor and football and basketball coach. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION HELPS TO BUILD 
HEALTHY BODIES 

Physical education is complementary to scholastic edu- 
cation in the development of the individual. The Presi- 
dent's Council on Physical Fitness was initiated by 
President John F. Kennedy for the expressed purpose of 
building healthy bodies to go with healthy minds. The 
Physical Education department at King Philip follows the 
Council's program closely in planning its Physical Educa- 
tion program. 



Mrs. Patricia Wilcox, physical education instructor, grades stu- 
dents on their dribbling techniques. 




These underclassmen play touch-football during gym class. 



Athletic director, Mr. Michael Cosentino, 
stops on his way to the baseball diamond. 




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Better business techniques through education 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FOR ALL 

Future secretaries, office clerks, and bookkeepers receive 
instruction in these technical skills in the department of 
business education. All students including the college- 
bound are privileged to participate in this well-rounded 
program. 




Mrs. Elizabeth Tolley and Mrs. Mildred Edwards, business teachers, 
prove they are adept typists. 




Mr. John Robbins, chairman of the business department, 
is also teacher of driver education, senior advisor, and 
hockey coach. 



Business students rely upon Mrs. Rita Tokaz, Mrs. Elizabeth Tolley, Mr. 
John Robbins, chairman; Mrs. Cecelia Murphy, and Mrs. Mildred Ed- 
wards, to teach them the practical skills of typing, shorthand, and book- 
keeping. 




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Tomorrow's homemakers get a heads tart 




Mrs. Shirley Sherlock, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, and Mrs. Margaret Stahl concoct one 
of the specialties for which the home economics department is noted. 




The sewing department sets up many such eye-catching window displays. 



Creativity is an integral part of the home economics courses. 




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HOME ECONOMICS - 
INVALUABLE ASSET 

Home economics is important to any girl, 
whether she looks forward to becoming a 
housewife or a career woman. Regardless of 
her life plans, practical training in sewing, 
cooking, and in becoming a gracious hostess 
will prove invaluable. 




Patricia O'Brien pays close attention to Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer as 
she demonstrates the art of sewing. 



Industrial arts as a career or hobby 



SKILLS, BOTH CREATIVE AND 
PRACTICAL 

In the industrial arts program, students are 
taught practical skills in the areas of mechanical 
drawing, woodworking and metal, which will be 
useful in employment and as a hobby. 

Wood and metal working skills are creative as 
well as practical. Students who learn drafting find 
this a most useful art as a basic course in engi- 
neering or architecture. 



Mr. David Sumner, Mr. Norman Olivier, and Mr. Gilbert 
Rishton discuss the merits of a vocational school. 




Michael Mavrides learns one of the many intricate shop proce- 
dures while Mr. Gilbert Rishton looks on approvingly. 





Mr. Gilbert Rishton, industrial arts chairman, takes an inventory in the supply room. 




This display exhibits the many facets of a vocational school. 



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Manual dexterity is a prerequisite 




These vocational instructors, Mr. Raymond Harding, Mr. Antone Cabral, Mr. Fred 
Tabor, and Mr. Gerard Desrosiers, provide the young men of the regional area with 
vocational training which helps them to become skilled workers. 




VOCATIONAL SKILLS ARE 
PROPORTIONATE TO SUCCESS 

Vocational Training plus academic subjects 
form well-rounded individuals as well as skilled 
workers. Manual dexterity, aptly cultivated, can be 
transformed into earning power. Like their 
college-bound peers, the vocational students strive 
for achievement in equally demanding working 
fields. 




Miss Donna Tourtillotte, secretary to the vocational director, 
programs another of the increasing number of vocational stu- 
dents. 



Mr. Tabor explains the functions of a shop machine to voca- 
tional student, Thomas Pezold. 



The vocational department displays the projects of, and refer- 
ence materials available to the vocational students. 




for vocational skills 




Vocational director, Mr. Preston Titus, proudly points out the progress carpentry 
students are making on their latest project. 



Daniel Tower wears safety glasses while working this machine. 





George Brooks helps Mr. Gerard Desrosiers clean up the shop 
after a hard day's work. 



Robert Landry and John O'Connell finish off a desk. 



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Specialized instruction for special needs 





Mr. John Robbins, hockey coach and chairman of 
the business department; teaches driver education, 
also. 



Audio-visual aids director, Mr. Francis Gallipeau, 
checks the moving picture projector. 



DRIVER EDUCATION 



AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 



In view of the current furor dealing with the minimum 
driving age and the skill or lack of driving skill attributed 
to teenagers, it is increasingly important for driver educa- 
tion programs to instill in their students a high degree of 
proficiency and respect for other motorists. 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

Special education is designed so that students may work 
at ability levels in academic studies and in the special 
areas of home economics, industrial arts, and physical educa- 
tion. These students, also, participate in the student activi- 
ties and sports which interest them. 



Audio-visual aids have become an integral part of mod- 
ern day education. Materials which could not, otherwise, 
be shown or listened to can be presented to the students 
by way of projectors, tape recorders, and records. 

SPEECH THERAPY 

Ability to speak clearly and correctly is as important as 
being able to read well. Speech defects can hinder the stu- 
dent and job hunter. Mrs. Mary Voegtlin, speech therapist, 
works with students who have corrective defects. Students 
are referred by teachers who can easily spot minor or ma- 
jor defects in classroom recitations. 




Special education instructor, Mrs. William Brennan, is new to 
the King Philip this year. 





Mrs. Mary Voegtlin, speech therapist, comes to the King Philip 
twice a week. 



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SENIORS 




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GUIDELINE TO THE FUTURE 

"Begin to be now what you will be hereafter" is the 
motto chosen by the Class of 1966 as its guideline to the 
future. A motto worthy of a senior class which recognizes 
that the six years spent at King Philip is only the prelude 
to further academic achievement, to the search for voca- 
tional opportunities, or to careers in the service. It is truly 
a sophisticated concept for a class about to step out of the 
"Showcase for Learning" into the practical world of self- 
application and strife. 



Class President, Peter Finley, goes over meeting agenda with secretary, 
Denise Callegaro. 



Graduates of the 



Paul Kozak, vice-president, is active in three varsity 
sports apart from his class responsibilities. 





Class Council members, William Helfen, William Perry, Ellen Carlson, Marcia 
Semple, Dianne Hamilton, Mary Simpson, Rolf Jacobson, and John Kozak, are 
responsible for setting policy and planning senior activities. 



Vantine's photographer catches Alice Sharon, class treasurer, in a pensive mood. 
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Louise Assetta 
Arlene Beauchemin 



Donald Bairn a 
Guy Beaudette 



Richard Baima 
Richard Binney 



Beth Barrows 
Charles Birmingham 



class of 1966 — 




Brenda Blazic 



Janice Boucher 



Mr. Anthony DiRe, mathematics teacher and member of the King Philip Scho- 
larship Foundation, gives seniors Mary Jane Delaney, Dianne Hamilton, and 
Marcia Semple their quota of tickets to sell for Scholarship Night at the Movies. 




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Patricia Hallett, 1965 graduate and former president of the Senior Honor 
Society, congratulates Peter Finley, senior class president upon his accep- 
tance into the Society. 



Francis Bourque 



Winsor Bowden 




Linda Briere 
Barbara Caldon 



Mary Beth Brown 
Denise Callegaro 



George Bryant 
Ellen Carlson 



Study with 



Peter Burnett 
Norm and Caron 




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Patricia Carr 



Derith Cooney 
Sheila Cooney 





James Clark 



purpose 



Harry Cooper 
Wayne Cooper 



Cheryl Crane 
William Crawford 



Susan Croswell 
Evelyn Darling 



Robert Darling 
Michelle DaVia 




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Patricia Davin 
Jonathan Davis 



Warren Davis 
Mary Jane Delaney 



Annette Doucette 
Louis Downing 



Harold Doyle 
Peter Draheim 



Deborah Earle 
Joseph Figaratto 



Peter Finley 



Albert Florio 




Remember 



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Arthur Flynn 



Marcia Gade 




King Philip Seniors marvel at the agility of their classmate Mary Jane De- 
laney, captain of the football cheerleaders. 




your American heritage 



Robert Giannetti 
Roberta Green 



Jeannette Gilchrist 
George Greene 



Sue Ellen Gilpatrick 
Irene Haire 



Leslie Gookin 
John Hallett 




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Dianne Hamilton 
Douglas Heath 



Penelope Harper 
Paula Hefron 



Rita Harper 
William Helfen 



Eric Hatch 
Stephen Henrich 



Search for 



While senior vocational student, Roy Hurd, inspects his finished work, his 
classmate, Richard Landry, works at the lathe. 




Carolyn Hinton 




Wanda Holmes 




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opportunity 



Byron Hurder 
Stephen Hurkett 



Rolf Jacobson 
Arthur Jones 



Bonnie Jones 
Victoria Kapolchok 





Sandra Hunt 



Roy Hurd 



Linda Keady 
Douglas Keeler 



Catherine Kennedy 
Edward Kerr 




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John Kozak 
Paul Kozak 



Ellen Landry 
Richard Landry 



Sandra Larsen 
Barbara Lemmer 



Apply 




David Lemmer 
Warren Lewis 



Mary Loucks 
Michael Loucks 



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Brian Love 



Anu-Liisa Lukk 





Richard Lunn 
Donna Martucci 



Cynthia Maclnnis 
Lynne Massey 



Stephen Manning 
John Mauritz 



George Martin 
Frances McGarry 



your knowledge 




Jeremiah Meegan 



Russell Meunier 



Coach Thomas Hartley checks the extent of injuries to senior left half- 
back Joseph Figaratto. 




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Under the direction of Mrs. Eleanor R. Alter, English teacher, seniors 
Karen Pearson and William Helfen put up the Chaucer showcase. 



Donna Miconi 




Gregory Morse 




Steven Napier 
Judith Nichols 



Barbara Nason 
Diane Oliva 



David Nelson 
Kathleen Packard 



Work with 



Guy Newhall 
James Page 




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Terry Pasquantonio 



Karen Pearson 
Collette Pelletier 




Kathryn Patton 



integrity 



Robert Pelletier 
Kathleen Peloquin 



Edward Pericolo 
Robert Perron 



William Perry 
Thomas Pezold 



Linda Philpin 
Michael Plante 







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Mary Plumer 
Edward Poles 



Cheryl Porter 
Debbie Preston 



Mark Ravinski 
Nicholas Reybrock 



Frederick Reynolds 
Charles Richardson 



Cheryl Robinson 
Jane Robinson 



Susan Roche 




Margaret Rogers 




Assume 



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Linda Rouille 




Roberta Rowell 




Talented Home Economics seniors Brenda Blazic, Mary Plumer, Wanda 
Holmes, and Linda Tucker model their dresses at the annual Fashion 
Show. 



your responsibilities 



Nicholas Sacco 
Alice Sharon 



Carole Schickle 
Jane Sheehan 



Winslow Schurman 
George Shepard 



Marcia Semple 
Richard Shobaken 




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Mary Simpson 
George Steel 



Karen Sprague 
George Stobbart 



Karol Sprague 
Lee Stuart 



Robert Stasis 
Margaret Such 



Serve with 



Senior Richard Lunn, co-captain of the basketball team, makes the basket 
that really counts. 




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Theodore Sullivan 



Carl Sundquist 




honor 




James Todaro 



Linda Topham 



Robert Topham 
Linda Tourtillotte 



Linda Tucker 
Chester Twardzicki 



Naida Twardzicki 
Deborah Wallace 



Jeffrey Watson 
Karen Watson 



Michael Welik 
Bernice White 




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Guy Wickman 
Cynthia Wiklund 



David Woodward 
Donna Woolford 



Give of yourself 



Senior Leslie Gookin, member of the Future Nurses Club, per- 
forms as one of Santa's elves for Pondville's patients. 




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ACTIVITIES 








Scholarship, character, service 




Marcia Semple, Dianne Hamilton, Bonnie Tones, Barbara Lemmer, Janice Boucher, 
Mary Simpson, Lee Stuart, Susan Croswell, Frances McGarry, Ellen Carlson, Ann 
Lukk, Karen Pearson, Bobert Pelletier, Peter Finley, Bichard Lunn, Guy Wickman, 
Stephen Henrich, and William Helfen are forturnate to have qualified for mem- 
bership in the Senior Honor Society. 



SCHOLASTIC PRESSURES INCREASE 

Intensified pressures and competition for college 
admissions make the maintenance of a high scho- 
lastic average more difficult to attain and main- 
tain. High academic standards keynote member- 
ship in the Honorificists Chapter of the National Se- 
nior Honor Society at King Philip. Students must 
continue to perform at a high achievement level if 
they are to be inducted into and continue member- 
ship in this highly selective group. Citizenship, char- 
acter, service, and leadership are, also, necessary 
attributes for membership. 

Apart from increased application in academic 
content areas of study, Honor Society members tu- 
tor less able students, usher at school functions, 
give an annual tea for alumni during the Christ- 
mas season, induct new members into the Society 
in April, and visit the Shakespearean Theater at 
Stratford, Connecticut. 




William Helfen, president; Ann Lukk, treasurer; Dianne Hamilton, secretary; and Bobert Pel- 
letier, vice-president, with their advisor Miss Elizabeth Petralia, English teacher, assume re- 
sponsibility for the meeting agendas. 



Miss Gail Wexler, English teacher, and Miss 
Elizabeth Petralia, Senior Honor Society advisor and 
English teacher, take time out for "the pause that 
refreshes." 




leadership and citizenship 




MEMBERS RAISE FUNDS 
FOR SCHOLARSHIP 

Junior Honor Society members are also 
required to maintain high scholastic stan- 
dards if they are to qualify for member- 
ship in the Helen Keller Chapter or to 
move up to the Senior Chapter. These 
young scholars are busy this year raising 
funds for a scholarship to be awarded to 
one of the senior members. 

Their other activities include ushering 
at teachers' conventions and Parent's 
Night, assisting at graduation, and pre- 
paring the collation for the induction 
ceremony. 



Students who have achieved scholastically and were selected for membership in the Junior 
Honor Society are: Edward McGarry, Virginia Coughlin, Ellen Bamberry, Catherine Langley, 
Barbara Ross, Robert Croswell, Janice Johnston, Marcia Bergman, Veronica MacDonnell, 
Diane Doiron, Paula Delairrio, Raymond Knowles, Byron Hurder, Jean Pasquantonio, Marilyn 
Larrabee, Jeanne Wright, Carolyn Goodman, Diane Doyle, Robert Mauritz, Anne Curtis 
Douglas Lemire, Myna Proal, William Proal, Janice Collins, Leslie Dalghren, Linda Costa. 
Lorrie Hutchinson, Jeanne Cartier, Patricia Vine, Peter DaVia, Patricia O'Brien, Jere Sievert, 
Mark Bigelow, Thomas Wadleigh, Noreen Daley, Joanne Raymond, Linda Lang, Christine 
Brown, Joan Lomasney, Deborah Bond, Susan Fenton, Donald Power, Brayton Hill, David 
Christensen, Ronald Eisner, David Power, Dennis Porter, and Thomas Croswell. 




Assisted by advisors Mrs. Mildred Wallace, chairman of the Foreign Language de- 
partment; and Miss Margaret Flaherty, mathematics teacher; Jere Sievert, secretary; 
Janice Collins, vice-president; Thomas Croswell, treasurer and Edward McGarry, 
president; plan fund raising activities. 



William Helfen, president of the Senior 
Honor Society, welcomes all guests to the 
annual Alumni Tea. 




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Chieftain staff editors: Charles Richardson, events; Susan Croswell, activities; Dianne Hamilton, girl's 
sports; Frances McGarry, senior section; Marcia Semple, editor; Mrs. Alice Church, advisor; Ann Lukk, 
co-editor; Deborah Wallace, art; Janice Boucher, co-editor; Peter Finley, boy's sports, spent long hours 
planning, editing, and revising the yearbook. 



Creating and financing the yearbook 




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Marcia Semple teaches Charles 
Richardson how to crop pictures. 



Charles Richardson, Marcia Semple, Mrs. Alice 
Church, Janice Boucher, and Ann Lukk discuss 
yearbook preparations. 




EDITORS STRUGGLE TO MEET 
DEADLINE 

Yearbook editors and their staffs work long 
hours to get the complete story of the current 
school year pictorialized and printed. The 
deadline date is the editors bogey-man. As the 
date comes closer picture captions and run- 
ning heads become more elusive. To make 
certain of getting her pages in, Collette Pelle- 
tier, undergraduates editor, took them to the 
hospital with her. 




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William Proal, business manager; James Todaro, Doug- 
las Keeler, Glennis Canole, Mary Simpson, Patricia Ev- 
erett, Donna Miconi, subscriptions manager; Paula He- 
fron, advertising manager; Kathryn Patton, Mary Jane 
Delaney, Janet McMorrow, Christine Perry, Janice Col- 
lins, Leslie Dalghren, Patricia Davin, Margaret Such, 



Margaret Rogers, Cynthia Wiklund, Ellen Carlson, Jere 
Sievert, Edith Gledhill, and Jane Sheehan with Mrs. 
Mildred Edwards, business teacher and advisor to the 
business staff; and Mrs. Alice Church, director of read- 
ing and advisor to the editorial staff; work to make the 
Chieftain a financial success. 



is a rewarding learning experience 



FINANCING THE CHIEFTAIN 

Chieftain business staff members have the 
monumental task of financing the yearbook. 
They work hard to sell advertising space to 
the tri-town industrialists and merchants; to 
solicit patrons; and to sell subscriptions to 
members of the student body. 

Marcia Semple and Dianne Hamilton, editors, tell 
Mr. David Eaton, superintendent, and Mr. Charles 
Manos, principal, about their trip to the Columbia 
Scholastic Press Association meeting at Columbia 
University. 




Subscriptions manager, Donna Miconi; 
advertising manager, PaulaHefron; business 
staff advisor, Mrs. Mildred Edwards; and 
business manager, William Proal; plan 
the fund raising campaign to finance the 
Chieftain. 





Advisor to the editorial staff, Mrs. 
Alice Church, gives of her time 
and effort to make the yearbook 
publication a success. 



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Valuable experience develops 




FUTURE NURSES 

Through many hours of training at Pondville 
Hospital, nursing aspirants gain valuable experi- 
ence while serving their community. At monthly 
meetings, members view medical films and plan 
future club projects. The highlight of the year 
comes when the girls don the garb of Santa and 
his helpers and bring Yuletide cheer to patients at 
Pondville. 



Mrs. Cecelia Murphy, business teacher; and Miss Margaret Keady, R.N., 
school nurse; serve as advisors to the Future Nurses: Dian Beek, Cynthia 
Speer, Frances Boudreau, Candace Langille, Linda Tourtillotte, Wanda 
Holmes, Natalie Gardner, Marsha Alsworth, Sharon Hussey, Patricia 
Knowles, Linda Sorenson, Shirley Blaisdell, Christine Perry, Maryelayna 
Reybrock, Ingrida Lemkins, Judith Connors, Sharon Allaire, Mary Loucks, 
Diane Oliva, Paula Dumont, Leslie Gookin, Alice Lambert, and Margaret 
Parm enter. 



Christine Perry puts the finishing touches on the Christmas favors for the 
Pondville Hospital patients. 





President, Shirley Blaisdell; secretary, Dian Beek; treasurer, Natalie 
Gardner; and Ingrida Lemkins, vice-president; plan and schedule the pro- 
jects for the club members. 



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interest in future careers 



FUTURE TEACHERS 

Through lectures and observation mem- 
bers of the Future Teachers of America at 
King Philip spend four years learning 
about careers in teaching. In June of their 
senior year, members are allowed to do 
practice teaching in the elementary 
schools in the regional towns. 




This year's Future Teachers of America: Maryelena Reybrock, Carol Mullaney, Leah 
MacDonnell, Bonnie Jones, Ellen Bamberry, Jeanette Gilchrist, Catherine Langley, Bev- 
erly Cain, Virginia Coughlin, Gail Waldron, Karen Pearson, Donna Briere, Virginia Bin- 
ney, Janice Collins, Jean Pasquantonio, Leslie Dalghren, Margaret Such, Mary Burt, 
Arlene Beauchemin, Diane Doyle, Carol Zilch, Valerie Robson, Linda Field, Margaret 
Rogers, Cynthia Arno, Patricia Davin, Donna Miconi, Jane Sheehan, Patricia O'Brien, 
Deborah Bond, Barbara Beauchemin, and Diane Doiron, advised by Miss Mary Kelleh- 
er, English teacher; plan to make teaching a career. 




Future Teacher Club members: Jeanette Gilchrist, Ar- 
lene Beauchemin, and Karen Pearson, are also active in 
the choir and band. 



Jeanette Gilchrist, vice-president; Arlene Beauchemin, president; Patricia Davin, secretary; 
and Karen Pearson, treasurer; with the club advisor, Miss Mary Kelleher, schedule speakers 
for future club meetings. 




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Student council members and their advisors who are planning a 
talent show are: David Falcone, Debra Wiklund, Paul Sholtis, 
Paula Delaiarro, Nancy Howard, Elaine Evans, Ann Maguire, 
Mr. Robert Creighton, biology teacher; Carol Choma, Michael 
McDavitt, Sarah Kempton, Norma Wiklund, Myna Proal, Chris- 



tine Perry, Donna Miconi, Mr. Norman Olivier, industrial arts 
instructor; James Sweeney, Susan Fenton, Peter DaVia, Gale 
Gehman, Shirley Blaisdell, Barbara Perry, Naida Twardzicki, Pe- 
ter Nelson, Charles Richardson, Mrs. Rita Tokaz, business teach- 
er; and James Clark. 



Student governing body is active 



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COUNCIL ADDS TO ITS 
RESPONSIBILITIES 

Student Council, along with its many 
responsibilities: social calendar, operation 
of school store, annual elections, and act- 
ing as representatives of the student body 
in all school matters, has undertaken this 
year the promotion of a talent show for 
the benefit of college scholarships. As part 
of their service philosophy, they are 
aiding a student in Kentucky who would 
find it impossible to continue her high 
school education without gifts of clothing 
and books which the council sends at 
Christmas. 



Naida Twardzicki 
refills the student 
council vending ma- 
chine. 



Donna Miconi, president; Christine Perry, vice-president; Naida 
Twardzicki treasurer; and Paula Delaiarro, secretary; are pleased with 
the financial report. 



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VERSATILE HELPERS 

Council members who issue and check in 
books, keep shelves in order and repair and 
process new books, make it possible for Mrs. 
Winona LoGrasso, librarian, to tend to more 
important functions of the library; helping 
students to find reference material, cata- 
loguing, and previewing and selecting new 
publications. 



Library council members: Barbara Bailey, Jane Beresford, Mary Mauritz, Robert Mackey, 
Roy Guay, Maureen McBrian, Roberta Rowell, Aline Pelletier, and William Proal are well 
trained library helpers. 



Students welcome the chance to serve 




STUDENT AND PUBLIC 
BENEFIT 

Students and the public benefit greatly be- 
cause members of the A.V.A. club are inter- 
ested in setting up and operating stage sound 
and lighting equipment at all school and 
public functions. 

Teachers rely on the group members for 
help in setting up and operating the audio- 
visual equipment — tape recorders, projec- 
tors, and phonographs which enhance and 
enrich classroom teaching. 



The library is a fitting background for Key Club members: Robert Cros- 
well, Paula DeLaiarro, Joan Lomasney, and Patricia Vine. 

Michael Ferragamo, Leo Deshetres, Paul Cooney, Stanley Widak, Ken- 
neth Guay, Michael Johnston, John Veverius, Norman Brown, and David 
Topham learn useful skills working with A.V.A. director, Mr. Francis 
Gallipeau. 




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Audio-visual-aids, director, Mr. Francis 
Gallipeau, climbs high to film a foot- 
ball game. 




Interest is basic to good citizenship 




Students: Ellen Bamberry, Leah MacDonnell, Veronica MacDon- 
nell, Gail Waldron, Katherine Patton, Candace Langille, Barbara 
Beauchemin, Virginia Binney, Linda Johnson, Janice Boucher, 
Mary Simpson, Cynthia Wiklund, William Ashe, Margaret Such, 
Bichard Washburn, Deborah Wallace, Nancy Howell, Jeanne 



Cartier, Pamela Lord, Paula Hefron, Jere Sievert, Patricia Davin, 
Sherwood Haskins, Donna Miconi, Marcia Beid, Margaret Bog- 
ers, William Barber, and Steven Lynch who evince an interest in 
government and politics are members of the newly formed Polit- 
ical Science club. 



POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB 



The main objective of the newly formed Po- 
litical Science Club is the promotion of interest 
in government and politics. Members attend 
lectures during which various local political 
figures speak on the intricacies of political 
science. 



Political Science Club members listen intently to Senator John M. Quinlan. 




Political Science Club officers: Gail Waldron, secretary; Margaret Bogers, 
president; and Nancy Howell, vice-president; are assisted by Mr. Bichard 
Guillette, social studies teacher; in planning club meetings. 




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Roman customs live on 




Junior Classical League members: Michael Loucks, Kenneth Mayer, Lynn Tibbetts, Carolyn MacDon- 
ald, Raymond Knowles, Sharon Hussey, Anthony Reybrock, David Woodward, Kathryn Patton, Cand- 
ace Langille, June Clark, Christine Perry, Maryelana Reybrock, Barbara Eaton, Barbara Ross, Patricia 
Vine, Lynn Dynan, Jere Sievert, Roger Eaton, Karen Pearson, Gail Waldron, Ann Lukk, Natalie Gard- 
ner, Deborah Bond, Ingrida Lemkins, Patricia O'Brien, Karen Watson, Margaret Such, Howard 
Haase, James Todaro, Stephen Geishecker, Bruce Jacobson, William Easterbrooks, Dennis Rowland, 
Harold Perry, with Mrs. Lucy Costello, Latin teacher and club advisor; study Roman manners and 
customs. 



ROMAN CULTURE 




One of the oldest national secondary school 
organizations is the Junior Classical League, an 
organization designed to enhance the knowl- 
edge of Roman civilization and culture for Lat- 
in students. The league meetings are conducted 
in accordance with the manner of ancient Ro- 
man forums. Officers hold titles of consul, prae- 
tor, aediles, quaestors and scribae. 



Jere Sievert and Margaret Such, consuls, read 
a scroll with Mrs. Lucy Costello, Classical 
League advisor. 



William Easterbrooks, Raymond Knowles, Stephen Geishecker, Howard 
Haase, and Roger Eaton perform for the Saturnalia guests. 





Jere Sievert plays the accompaniment for the toga wearing singers at the 
Saturnalia feast. 



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Active interest in foreign languages leads 




French Club members who have studied French for four years are: Mary 
Simpson, Collette Pelletier, Leslie Dalghren, Jean Pasquantonio, Laure 
Lumnah, Marcia Reid, Veronica MacDonnell, Janice Boucher, Susan 
Croswell, Janice Collins, Janet Fredericksen, Carolyn Goodman, Kristine 
Brown, Anne Curtis, Joanne Raymond, Ann Lukk, Karen Pearson, Charles 
Bedard, Arlene Beauchemin, Douglas Lemire, Ronald Eisner, Gail Sulli- 
van, Mark Bigelow, Melissa Swenson, Dennis Porter, Nancy LaPointe, Di- 
ana Tower, Ellen Carlson, Thomas Wadleigh, and Barbara Nason. 



Leadership responsibilities for the French Club have been given to: Mrs. 
Lorna Russell, and Miss Priscilla Barnes, French teachers; Ann Lukk, 
treasurer, Karen Pearson, secretary, Mrs. Mildred Wallace, foreign lan- 
guage department chairman; Ellen Carlson, president, and Veronica Mac- 
Donnell, vice-president. 



Second and third year French students in the French Club are: Susan Lo- 
gan, Marsha Alsworth, Catherine Langley, Virginia Binney, Joan Baxter, 
Diane Doyle, Patricia Vine, Jeanne Cartier, Deborah Bond, Patricia O'- 
Brien, Gail Waldron, Robert Mauritz, Robert Croswell, Mary Mavrides, 
Marcia Bergman, and Barbara Ross. 



This year's Spanish Club consists of: Marcia Semple, Donna Miconi, Douglas Keeler, Margaret Rogers, 
Robert Smith, Robert Marshall, Alden Cooper, Mary Loucks, Mary Mauritz, Miss Hadjiyannis, Spanish 
teacher and advisor; James Hunt, Joseph Rioux, Diane Oliva, Virginia Mackey, and Sandra Ravinski. 









to cultural enrichment 




MODERN LANGUAGES - A MUST 



Patricia O'Brien, Patricia Vine, Diana Tower, and Me- 
lissa Swenson gaze enviously at the gift which Pere Noel 
is giving to Arlene Beauchemin. 



Dr. James B. Conant is of the opinion that students 
should study modern foreign languages for at least four 
years and should become masters of one. Within the frame- 
work of a classroom much time must be given to funda- 
mentals. It becomes necessary, therefore, to have an outlet 
for those students who have more than a grade interest 
in the language. Language clubs provide the opportunity 
for students to learn the cultural backgrounds and customs 
of the respective language countries. 



Paul Kozak enjoys the refreshments at the Spanish Club 
party. 




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Dennis Porter's translation of Clement Moore's "Twas the 
Night Before Christmas" is recited by Patricia Vine. 



Douglas Keeler, wearing a 
blindfold, takes a swing at 
the Piniata. 

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New cultural activities add to knowledge 




NEW ACTIVITY 

German and Russian cultures need as 
much understanding as do the traditional 
French and Spanish cultures. This year King 
Philip added a German-Russian culture club 
to the extracurricular activity list. Through 
this organization the juniors and seniors, who 
study these languages have an opportunity 
to learn more about the peoples and lan- 
guages of the countries of origin. 



German-Russian Christmas traditions were closely adhered to in 
all phases of the holiday celebration including the foods served at 
the Christmas buffet. 



German-Russian students: Jean Pasquantonio, Susan 
Croswell, Dianne Hamilton, Ann Lukk, president; 
Jere Sievert, secretary; Bonnie Jones, Wendy Boutili- 
er, Christine Perry, Shirley Blaisdell, Mrs. Valentina 
Dzelzitis, German-Russian teacher and club advisor; 
Naida Twardzicki, Paula Hefron, Kathyrn Patton, 
treasurer; Leslie Dalghren, Joanne Raymond, Neil 
Davin, Natalie Gardner, Laure Lumnah, Nancy How- 
ard, Janice Boucher, Linda Fuller, Marcia Reid, 
and Marylanna Reybrock, were interested enough in 
the cultures of the two countries to organize a club. 



Mr. Arthur Quinlan leads Veronica MacDonnell, 
Cynthia Wiklund, Paula Hefron, Mrs. Janet Sievert, 
and Linda Fuller in a Russian folk dance. 




Marching and concert bands 




Mr. Raymond Hill, director, leads the marching band onto the field. 




COLOR AND EXCITEMENT 

King Philip's marching band with its 
precision timing and musical talent, under 
the direction of Mr. Raymond Hill and Mr. 
Edward Denon, adds color and excitement to 
the tri-town holiday parades, pep rallies, and 
half-time at the football games. 



Donna Woolford, Patricia Vine, Kristine Brown, Linda 
Lang, Neil Carlson, Barbara Perry, and Deborah Keeler 
play between halves at the King Philip-Ipswich game. 



As part of the parody on "General Hospital," George Hussey, Glen Firth, 
William Helfen, and Charles Martin form an "eye" while playing "I Only 
Have Eyes for You." 





Marcia Semple, Kristine Brown, and Charles Richardson rest after a 
march around the football field. 



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Carrying the major part of the melody for the band are: Raymond 
Hill, Richard Harper, John Manchester, Charles Reidel, Lawrence 
Keyes, Martin Pearson, Glen Firth, Joseph Hovey, Gregory Mac- 



Donnell, David Aliberti, Robert McLacklan, Allen Brown, David 
Topnam, Nicholas Reybrock, Russell Sullivan, and Allan Button. 



Talent showcases 




Michael White, Charles Boehm, Charles Porter, Richard Smith, and Greg- 
ory Wadleigh make up a part of the brass section of the band. 



Carla Alsworth, Nancy Howell, Ellen Carlson, and Donna Woolford pro- 
vide soft tones to the percussion section. 




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Clarinet players are: Neil Carlson, Marcia Semple, Leah Mac- 
Donnell, Jeffrey Barrett, Linda Anderson, Susan Brown, Deborah 
Keeler, Lenore Mayer, Susan Bond, Karen Pearson, Barbara Per- 



ry, Janice Collins, Linda Lang, William Helfen, Barbara Barnes, 
Charles Bichardson, Kristine Brown, Bolf Jacobson, and Bruce 
Cummings. 



for musical expression 



TALENT AND PROFICIENCY 

Students, parents, and friends enjoy great- 
ly the musical talent and proficiency of the 
concert band, conducted by Mr. Raymond 
Hill, which entertains at the Christmas and 
spring concerts and at all King Philip func- 
tions including graduation. 




Flutists: Linda Bailey, Carolyn Dusty, Lois Beynolds, Donna Nelson, De- 
borah Willard, Patricia Vine, Lizbeth Breitbart, and Beth Barrows are es- 
sential to the melody of band selections. 



Percussionists: Gary McLacklan, Russell Wood, Susan Lukk, Mark But- 
ton, James Pereira, James Clark, and Carmine Lorusso add rhythm to all 
musical selections. 




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Choirs give voice to music 



CHOIRS ADD TO MUSICAL 
PROGRAMS 

Junior and senior choir members are a 
pleasing adjunct to the concert band. Voices, 
carefully trained by Mr. Raymond Hill, mu- 
sic director, add greatly to all music depart- 
ment programs. 



Junior choir first sopranos: Cheryl Kohut, Janet Prevett, 
Joan Cronin, Jean Howell, Linda Langdon, Donna Taylor, 
Linda Field, Stephanie Weaver, Jean Mitchell, Mary-Ann 
Pasquantonio, Patricia Hoar, Jane Beresford, Martha Con- 
nors, Jean French, Jan Henrich, Carol Lightly, Patricia 
Crafts, Catherine Connor, Jane Woolford, Constance 
Knauber, Mary Benedetti, Nancy Bideout, Anne Thorn- 
ton, June Clark, Donna Briere, Sarah Kempton, Edith 
Cook, Barbara Lambert, Janet Baker, Judith McClain, 
Susan O'Neill, Mary Ellen Jordan, Meredith Chase, Don- 
na Murphy, and Karen Pierce carry the melody. 



Junior choir second sopranos: Karen Dittrich, Dorothea 
Pazurchek, Catherine Lussier, Cynthia Green, Donna 
Card, Valerie Carter, Margaret Patton, Linda Konetchy, 
Deborah Bobbins, Deborah Bergeron, Kathleen Wadleigh, 
Victoria Hayden, Kathleen Cronin, Karen Leutzinger, 
Nancy Howard, and Diane Carpenter eagerly await se- 
nior choir status. 





Senior choir members: Marsha Alsworth, Karen 
Sprague, Coleen Davin, Linda Sorenson, Donna 
Martucci, Carol Schickle, Marcia Semple, Frances 
Boudreau, Jeanne C artier, Paula Hefron, Karol Sprague, 
Maryelayna Beybrock, Linda Tourtilotte, Cynthia 
Beauchemin, Donna Woolford, Barbara Westhaver, 
Barbara Beauchemin, Carolyn Hinton, Kathleen Plante, 
Pauline Hazlett, and Gail Waldron have sung in many 
programs. 



Senior choir second sopranos: Margaret Bogers, Nancy 
Howell, Jeanne Wright, Joanne Baymond, Bonnie Jones, 
Barbara Boss, and Jeanette Gilchrist provide the har- 
mony. 



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SMOKE SIGNALS 

Smoke Signals, the monthly King Philip 
newspaper, which gives voice to student 
opinion and reports school news is a prod- 
uct of the combined efforts of students 
who are interested in journalism and re- 
porting. The staff members learn to set 
up the paper, write editorials, report 
school news, and to edit carefully and 
precisely. 






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Reporters and editorial staff: Janice Boucher, Mary Plumer, Donna Martucci, Byron Hurder, 
Ellen Carlson, James Todaro, Melissa Swenson, Arlene Beauchemin, Barbara Eaton, Jane 
Sheehan, Mary Simpson, Joanne Raymond, Jere Sievert, Pamela Lord, Laura Lumnah, Marcia 
Reid, Jeanne DiBattista, Wendy Whitehouse, Ellen Landry, Jeannette Gilchrist, Michael 
Loucks, Kenneth Mayer, William Helfen, Maryelayna Reybrock, David Woodward, Natalie 
Gardner, Margaret Such, Heidi Bushell, Diana Tower, Leo Briere, and Ronald Eisner with 
the help of advisor, Mrs. Eleanor Reed Alter, work conscientiously to keep the student body 
well-informed. 



Voice of King Philip 




Ellen Carlson and William Helfen do research 
in the library for the next edition of Smoke 
Signals. 



Mrs. Eleanor Reed Alter, English teacher and advisor to Smoke Signals, types articles for the 
newspaper, while Mrs. Alice Church, Reading director, and Mrs. Lucy Costello, Latin teacher, 
proof-read. 

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Geoffrey Whitehouse, Denise Roy, Maureen McBrien, Wendy 
Whitehouse, Cynthia Weaver, Virginia Mackey, Jane Woolford, 
Diana Neal, Judith McClain, Kathleen Plante, Mark Eden, Joan 
Hobbs, William Sievert, Robert Gilmore, Marianne Zellar, and 



Elizabeth Curtis, who show talent and interest in art, and advi- 
sor, Mr. Carleton Nickerson, Art department chairman, make 
posters for school dances and all public events. 



Art — a creative talent 




ART CLUB 

In the Art Club, the members give expression 
to talents through paintings, sculptures, and 
sketches. They gladly give of their time and tal- 
ent to any group which has need of their artistry. 



Credit for most of the beauty within our showcases can be 
attributed to the talent and creativity of the Art Club 
members. 



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SPORTS 




Lack of depth and experience 




Head coach Conrad Pensavalle and assistant coach Thomas Hartley, with 
1966 Warrior co-captains Peter Finley and Peter Stasis, face a tough 
schedule. 



AND SO, WE LOST. 

In football, as in every sport, there is a first 
string and a reserve unit. Although the first string 
may get more recognition, the men sitting on the 
bench nervously await the time when they will 
be needed. They all play to win. This, despite a 
no win season, is the attitude and spirit of the 
King Philip Warriors — 

Better luck next year. 



"Ready begin-one, two, three, four." Co-captain Peter Stasis, a standout 
end, leads the varsity players in the pre-game warm-up. 



King Philip Warriors warm up before the Foxboro game. 




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hinders Warriors' progress 



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Willingness, stamina, and drive kept the 1966 Warriors, James Clark, Rolf Jacobson, Thomas Wad- 
leigh, Douglas Keeler, Donald Powers, Scott Robison, Peter Finley, Peter Stasis, Allan Greene, Guy 
Beaudette, Eric Hatch, Douglas Cummings, Robert Napier, Paul Schofield, David Christensen, George 
Brooks, Coach Conrad Pensavalle, William Carr, Robert Pelletier, Richard Binney, William Dias, Ed- 
ward McGarry, John Kozak, Nicholas Sacco, Michael Ragucci, Jeff Watson, Joseph Figaratto, Paul 
Kozak, Edward Pericolo, Terry Fenton, Gregory Pazurchek, Coach Thomas Hartley, going in the face 
of several discouraging defeats. 





Despite the superior performance 
of half-back Joseph Figaratto, the 
"mighty-mite," winner of the most 
valuable player award, the War- 
riors lost the Thanksgiving Day 
game to Franklin. 




Judging from the expression on his face, this was one of the times when Coach Pensavalle was giving the 
team some last minute pointers. 




Fullback James Clark, extra point special- 
ist, changes his shoe to kick the point af- 
ter touchdown. 



Warrior team 



Coach Conrad Pensavalle, quarterback Harry 
Schoening, and Edward Pericola wait for Dr. Eu- 
gene Brooks' medical verdict on halfback Joseph 
Figaratto. 





Bishop Feehan quarterback Bobert Poirier, tries to elude defensive 
Warrior Eric Hatch. 




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Facial expressions of the sidelined players — anxiety, exhaustion, concern for the injured — are common 
to all competitive sports. 



building for 1967 




The Warrior ball carrier, fullback James 
Clark, is lost in the melee of linemen. 



King Philip's marching band, directed by Mr. Raymond Hill, is an added feature at all 
games, whether at home or away. 





Guy Beaudette (52) stands by for the referee to retrieve the 
ball from tackled Joseph Figaratto. 



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Cheerleaders are morale boosters 




Football Cheerleaders: Karen Sprague, 
Denise Callegaro, Donna Fitzgerald, Ju- 
dith Nichols, Mary Jane Delaney, captain; 
Shirley Blaisdell, Susan Peckham, Teresa 
Lambert, Sarah Winn, and Donna Bank- 
ert are proud of their new uniforms. 




GIRLS ADD GLAMOUR 

King Philip sports fans rely on the spirit and agili- 
ty of the cheerleaders to spark the Warrior teams to 
victory. The jumps, splits, cheers, and geniality of the 
girls add interest and glamour at sports events. Win, 
lose, or tie; their enthusiasm never wanes. 



Karol Sprague, captain, leads the cheers for the King Philip 
Hoopsters. 



Basketball cheerleaders: Carol 
Zilch, Janice Johnston, Patricia 
Vine, Patricia O'Brien, Virginia 
Brown, Cynthia Wiklund, Karol 
Sprague, captain; and Wanda Sta- 
cey reflect the goodwill' and 
sportsmanship of the team and the 
fans. 





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K.P. is a pennant contender 




William Helfen, Peter Finley, Michael Welik, Gregory Pazur- 
chek, Richard Binney, Lawrence Binney, Thomas Hartley, 
coach; Guy Wickman, Harry Schoening, Dana Hill, Richard 



Lunn, Robert Marshall, Thomas Croswell, Stephen Geischeck- 
er, Peter Prevett have the experience and power to rank 
among the top contenders in the league pennant race. 



Richard Binney, guard, lays it up and in on a breakaway. 



TEAM PLAY 

For the first time in nine years the King Phi- 
lip Hoopsters have a chance to come near the 
top in the league championship race. Three 
players have the best records to date. Captain 
Richard Lunn and Coach Thomas Hartley get 
the most and the best from the team. 

Each player is a team man and plays for 
team scores, not individual stardom. 




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Initiative, speed, height, and knowledge of the 




Assistant coach, Paul Feeley, and the varsity players listen attentively to Coach 
Thomas Hartley map out the playing strategy for the game with Bishop Feehan. 




Richard Lunn is the captain of the highly respected '66 War- 
rior basketball team. His height and jumping ability make him 
a scoring league leader. 



Super-star Richard Lunn jumps to control the tap. 




| VARSITY SCOREBOARD 


OPPONENTS 




K.P. 


Walpole 


58 


60 


Bishop Feehan 


63 


40 


Stoughton 


64 


70 


Sharon 


75 


70 


Bishop Feehan 


69 


60 


Mansfield 


61 


73 


Easton 


83 


57 


Franklin 


50 


38 


North Attleboro 


70 


59 


Randolph 


53 


59 


Canton 


51 


53 


Foxboro 


55 


34 


Sharon 


80 


44 


Stoughton 


54 


65 


Easton 


71 


51 


i Mansfield 


59 


61 


Canton 


66 


50 


Franklin 


58 


46 


Randolph 


52 


62 


Foxboro 


41 


57 



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game make the 1966 basketball team hard to beat 




JUNIOR VARSITY A TRAINING 
GROUND 

Promising underclassmen try out their skills 
in junior varsity play. Given a chance for com- 
petitive play with other league teams, under- 
classmen develop the speed, strategy and agili- 
ty needed to move up to the varsity squad 
when openings occur. 



Junior varsity coach, Paul Feeley, gives his team a pep talk before they take the 
floor. 



JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD 


OPPONENT 




K.P. 


Walpole 


31 


20 


Bishop Feehan 


65 


30 


Stoughton 


55 


34 | 


Sharon 


50 


25 


Bishop Feehan 


70 


57 


Mansfield 


50 


45 


Easton 


35 


18 


Franklin 


56 


41 


North Attleboro 


66 


44 


Randolph 


54 


52 


Canton 


40 


38 


Foxboro 


52 


39 


Sharon 


39 


35 


Stoughton 


50 


39 


Easton 


70 


17 


Mansfield 


53 


45 


Canton 


39 


32 


Franklin 


59 


61 


Randolph 


46 


26 


Foxboro 


51 


41 




Although closely guarded, Stephen Lynch, 
forward, takes time for a sighting on the 
basket. 



Junior varsity hopefuls are Robert Gilmore, Thomas Hill, Kevin 
Lewis, John Macaione, David Power, Stephen Lynch, Robert 
Leutzinger, William Dias, Bruce Cummings, and Bruce Jacobson. 




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King Philip icemen drive 




HOCKEY, A FAST GAME. 

This is the fastest moving game played 
in the toughest way. Rules make body 
contact legal. Falls and spills are taken for 
granted in this sport. Our boys play in a 
sportsmanlike way. Their records have 
never been superior, but they carry the 
crowd because they skate hard and play 
to win. 



Mr. Hugh McComb, assistant hockey coach and social studies teacher; William Crawford, 
John Hallett, co-captains; and Mr. John Robbins, head coach and business department chair- 
man; look forward to a winning season. 



Sherwood Haskins loses his glove and the 
puck in a trip on the ice. 





Co-captain John Hallett, right wing, and hard- 
skating Glen Olsen, center, turn abruptly as the 
puck reverses its direction. 



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HOCKEY SCOREBOARD 


OPPONENTS 


K.P. 


Williams 


1 


Weymouth 


1 2 


Canton 


4 


Memorial 


7 2 


Brockton 


4 2 


Hingham 


7 


Scituate 


1 1 


Williams 


4 


Weymouth 


4 


Canton 


2 1 


Memorial 


6 2 


Brockton 


4 


Hingham 


6 


Scituate 


5 






for good season 




The 1966 varsity hockey members: Sherwood Haskins, William 
Hallett, Richard Preston, Howard Haase, Richard Rose, Ken- 
neth Stasis, William Ashe, Paul Lasky, Glen Olsen, John Pow- 



ers, William Carr, Mr. Hugh McComb, coach; John Hallett, 
Peter Stasis, and Winsor Bowden, with their coach, John 
Robbins, are always willing and aggressive. 




Star goal tender, Howard Haase, stops a high, hard shot on goal while 
other Warriors skate on the defense. 



Hard driving co-captain, William Crawford, stickhandles toward his op- 
ponent's net. 





Trackmen: John Washburn, Michael Loucks, Arthur Washburn, Guy 
Beaudette, Richard Shobaken, Michael Metcalf, Gary Ozias, James Pas- 
quantonio, Pochard Sebastiao, Roy Guay, Leo Briere, Harold Wilson, 
Coach Paul Feeley, William Larson, Peter O'Neil, Robert Fisher, Edward 



Lang, George Stobbart, Robert Keniston, Robert Haworth, Dana Hill, 
Donald Power, James Clark, Peter Burnett put in many gruelling practice 
hours during track season. 



Track and cross-country competition 




P5n &* 



Captain Gary Ozias puts forth tremendous effort for his best 
event, the broad jump. 



Richard Shobaken always performs capably in the broad jump, despite tough 
competition. 




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TRACKMEN BREAK RECORDS 

Paul Wickman took the school 220 dash title; Dana Hill 
broke the old one mile run record; James Clark took the 
javelin throw title; and Richard Keniston set a 440 dash rec- 
ord in the 1965 track season. Despite these fine perfor- 
mances, the trackmen were unable to score high in the 
league meets. 

King Philip's trackmen anticipate a better record for '66 
for James Clark and Dana Hill will return with the experi- 
ence and records which should benefit the team. 



Yesterday, a defense weapon, today a 
competitive sport. James Clark broke 
the school record in the javelin hur- 
ling event. 




takes speed and stamina 



Coach Paul Feeley has great 
confidence in the track skill of captain 
Gary Ozias. 



Pole vaulting as demonstrated by Donald Power, re- 
quires muscle, form and stamina. 



Leo Briere, taking the hurdle, is expected to 
break some records in 1966. 






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Veteran infield gains 




Walter French, Alexander Whyte, Roy Burt, Donald Faulkner, James Pericola, Peter Finley, David Nichols, Joseph Figaratto, Peter Stasis, 

Finley, James Rose, William Hessian, William Rice, Mr. Michael Cosenti- Thomas Wadleigh, Glen Olsen were strong contenders for leadership in 

no, coach; Richard Binney, Robert Pelletier, Harry Schoening, Edward the Hockomock League. 



; BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 




OPPONENTS 


K.P. 


Foxboro 8 


5 


i Canton 





Randolph 
Stoughton 3 


1 

5 


Franklin 6 


1 


Easton 3 





Mansfield 5 


6 


Sharon 4 


6 


Canton 8 


13 


Foxboro 1 


8 


Canton 5 


3 


Randolph 5 
Stoughton 10 


10 



Franklin 3 


2 


Easton 6 


4 


Manfield 6 


3 


Sharon 2 


5 




Captain James Finley has the outstanding distinction of having been a 
varsity starter for all four of his high school years. 



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Hockomock league prominence 



1965 WARRIOR NINE TOPS PAST 
RECORDS. 

When the 1965 Warriors edged a one run win 
over the highly favored Randolph team, the King 
Philip followers realized what coach Michael Cos- 
entino and the eleven veteran lettermen knew — 
that the 1965 team was King Philip's best team to 
date and would and did top all previous scoring 
records. 

Although the Canton game resulted in a tie 
score, it was the most exciting of the season's 
games. It was a pitcher's duel all the way. Pitcher 
William Rice worked hard to hold the line, but 
work he did, and he held Canton to a no run 
score. Coach Cosentino is sure that there is 
enough depth and talent among his '66 players to 
equal or top the '65 record. 














1966 players will find it difficult to equal the record of 1965 without veteran 
players: Donald Faulkner, William Hessian, Alexander Whyte, James Rose, James 
Finley, Roy Burt, Walter French, and William Rice. 





Catcher Roy Burt, in cat-like position, tags out his opponent. 



Hard hitting outfielder Harry Schoening will be returning for the 1966 
season. 



Rounding the bases is outfielder Peter Finley, who will wind up his 
high school baseball career in 1966. 



Co-captain James Finley, third baseman, tries for a put out at third base. 





TViKK 




Varsity field hockey players: Donna Woolford, manager; Debo- 
rah Willis, Virginia Binney, Joanne Raymond, Paula Delaiar- 
ro, Brenda Blazic, Frances McGarry, Ellen Carlson, Judith 



Burt, Janet Frederiksen, Gale Gehman, Linda Lang, Bemice 
White, Wanda Holmes, and Marcia Semple, manager, fought 
hard in an effort to win the Hockomock League championship. 



Field hockey is a popular 



FRANCES McGARRY TOP SCORER. 




Frances McGarry, co-captain; Miss Marcia Connors, coach; and Wanda 
Holmes, co-captain, wear victory smiles. 



Despite fine coaching on the part of Miss Marcia Con- 
nors and expert manipulation of the sticks in the hands of 
the varsity players, the record for the 1965 season was four 
wins, three ties, three losses, and no championship. 

Veteran center-forward, Frances McGarry, accounted 
for eight of the twelve goals for the season. The two tie 
games with Oliver Ames, King Philip's strongest oppo- 
nents, were the most exciting and hazardous of the season. 



VARSITY SCOREBOARD 






OPPONENTS 




K.P. 


Oliver Ames 


1 


1 


Stoughton 





2 


Foxboro 


4 





Sharon 





3 


Mansfield 


2 





Franklin 





1 


Oliver Ames 


2 


2 


Canton 


1 


2 


Franklin 


1 


1 


Ashland 


1 






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Junior varsity and varsity substitute players: Elizabeth Curtis, 
Susan Robinson, Patricia Hurkett, Mary Chabot, Susan Binney, 
Patricia Vine, Dianne Hamilton, Mary McGarry, Dianne Car- 
penter, Marcia Alsworth, Ellen Bamberry, Edith Cook, Sarah 



Kempton, Susan Fenton, Joan Lomasney, Barbara Barnes, De- 
borah Keeler, Judith Pezold, Diana Tower, Carolyn Goodman, 
Bonnie Emerson, Gail Sullivan, Kristine Brown, and Nancy La- 
Pointe held their opponents to five scoreless ties and one win. 



and highly competitive sport 



Both teams eye the ball carefully as the girls line up for a bully to start the game. 




JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD 


OPPONENTS 


K.P. 


Oliver Ames 





Stoughton 





Foxboro 





Sharon 


3 


Mansfield 


3 


Franklin 


1 


Oliver Ames 


2 


Canton 


3 3 


Franklin 





Ashland 






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Gymnastics add rhythmic discipline 




Gymnasts: Dianne Carpenter, Dianne Blazic, Kristine Bryant, Lynn Tib- 
betts, Donna Nelson, Susan Binney, Beverly Payne, Carol Zilch, Donna 
Fitzgerald, Faith Hodson, Teresa Lambert, Brenda Blazic, Deborah Wil- 



lis, Kathleen Packard, Carolyn Ash worth, Karen Sprague, and Virginia 
Brown demonstrate dexterity and grace. 




Susan Binney, in the middle of a handspring, exemplifies progression in motion. 




1964 state champion, Brenda Blazic, practices on 
the uneven parallel bars for the 1966 state meet. 



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to the sports spectrum 



Kathleen Packard is poised and graceful on the balance beam. 




BALLETLIKE SPORT 

No girls' sport is more delightful to look at and 
exciting to watch than gymnastics. The poise, 
grace, and balance exhibited by the gymnasts are 
remindful of a beautiful ballet. The girls practice 
daily to perfect their form and poise for the Mas- 
sachusetts State Gymnastic Meet. 



Deborah Willis, in the free exercise pose, makes one think of 
suspended motion. 




(te^/ei f <V-¥!N@*& 




Hockomock League champions: Glenis 
Canole, Virginia Binney, Janice 
Johnston, Pamela Waters, Carol Ragucci, 
Linda Gowen, Paula Delaiarro, Carolyn 
Mullaney, Bemice White, Teresa Lam- 
bert, Beverly Begor, Michelle DaVia, 
Cynthia Beauchemin, Elizabeth Curtis, 
Susan Robinson, Alice Lambert, Susan 
Peckham, Barbara Lemmer, Mary Snow, 
JoEllen Myers, Ann Curtis, Melissa Swen- 
son, Susan Fenton, Donna Wood, Gale 
Gehman, Judith Burt, and Miss Marcia 
Connors, coach, have successfully reached 
their goal. 



Girls' softball team stands as 



Elizabeth Curtis awaits the pitcher's throw. 




EXTRA POINT MAKES THE 
DIFFERENCE 

Knowledge of the game and cooperative team 
spirit, coupled with stamina and a concerted 
desire to win, whatever the odds, turned the 1965 
King Philip Girls' softball team into Hockomock 
League champions. 

Sharon, Franklin, and Foxboro teams presented 
the greatest challenge, for they are strong teams 
with a talent for winning. King Philip players 
were hard put to drive in the home run that gave 
the extra point which made the difference 
between winning and losing. 



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Carol Ragucci successfully catches the ball for the third out 
and a victory for King Philip follows. 




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Judith Burt, with the ball in glove, contemplates her 
next move. 



Hockomock League champions 



SCOREBOARD 




OPPONENT 




K.P. 


Franklin 


5 


15 


Easton 


18 


17 


Mansfield 





27 


Sharon 


3 


24 


Foxboro 


6 


7 


Canton 


4 


18 


Bishop Feehan 


12 


30 


Stoughton 


5 


10 


Franklin 


4 


5 


Oliver Ames 


2 


18 


Foxboro 


10 


11 


Sharon 


4 


5 , 



Susan Robinson reaches high for a fly ball. 



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Girls' basketball team faces tough season. 




VARSITY SCOREBOARD 



OPPONENTS 




K.P. 


Eastern 


58 


20 


Franklin 


34 


28 


Foxboro 


45 


29 


Canton 


35 


27 


Foxboro 


42 


19 


Sharon 


50 


37 


Stoughton 


30 


46 


Easton 


20 


56 


Mansfield 


34 


32 


Franklin 


23 


30 



Mary Beth Brown, manager, Mrs. Patricia Wilcox, coach, and Dianne Hamilton, manager, op- 
timistically discuss the line-up. 



GIRLS FIGHT SPIRITEDLY 

Excellent coaching by Mrs. Patricia Wilcox, 
has taught the girls to play skillfully and 
spiritedly. Although they did not win their 
games, the girls' record and number of points 
per game have risen from past years. Perhaps 
the future holds a winning season for King 



Philip. 



Varsity players: Judith Burt, Janet Fredriksen, Bonnie Emerson, Diana Tower, Gail Sullivan, 
Frances McGarry, captain, Kristine Brown, Cheryl Crane, Linda Lang, Carolyn Goodman, and 
Lee Stuart, although fighting hard, failed to come up with an impressive record. 




Junior Varsity players: Carolyn McDonald, Diane Doyle, Marilyn Larrabee, Susan Fenton, Eliza- 
beth Curtis, captain, Sara Young, Sara Kempton, Christine Mowry, Cynthia Dufour, Joan Grzenda, 
and Linda Topham, show great promise. 



JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOARD 



OPPONENTS 




K.P. 


Easton 


26 


11 


Franklin 


9 


8 


Foxboro 


10 


11 


Canton 


2 


15 


Foxboro 


9 


8 


Sharon 


12 


11 


Stoughton 


13 


42 


Easton 


22 


6 


Mansfield 


12 


18 


Franklin 


2 


15 




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EVENTS 





Scholarship merits recognition 




Principal Charles Manos, congratulates inductee Karen Pearson upon her 
induction into the Senior Honor Society. 



Junior and Senior Honor Society inductees stand to be officially sworn 
into the Honorificists and Helen Keller Chapters of the National Honor 
Society. 




INDUCTION, A SOLEMN CEREMONY 

National Honor Society induction on May 5, 
1965, was indeed a solemn ceremony. When the 
officers of the Honorificists Chapter had enumerat- 
ed and discussed the qualifications of a member — 
citizenship, scholarship, leadership, service, and 
character — they proceeded in traditional cere- 
monial fashion to welcome the inductees into their 
ranks. 




Sharon Lunn, 1965 Senior Honor Society secretary, welcomes the 1966 
President, William Helfen. 



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Style show: a showcase for sewing skills 



HERE COMES TOMORROW, 1965 

Formal, informal, casual, and sport clothes, 
made and modeled by the girls in the home eco- 
nomics sewing classes, were featured at the annual 
fashion show. The girls chose for their theme — 
Here Comes Tomorrow — for the styles shown 
were preview fashions for spring and summer. 





Spring scenery along with models Deborah Bond and Patricia O'Brien, 
showing casual sports clothes, provides a showcase of fashion. 



Home Economic girls show their spring and summer fashions. 



Linda Philpin proudly models her 
taffeta gown which she made for 
the Junior Prom. 




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PARENTS OBSERVE ACTIVITIES 
WITHIN THE CLASSROOM 

Parents' night, 1965, at King Philip provided 
many parents with a better understanding of the 
academic activities within the classroom, for they 
were invited to sit in on regular classes. Their 
schedule consisted of three periods during which 
many different classes were conducted. It was the 
parents' prerogative to choose which classes they 
would attend. The teachers taught their respective 
subjects to classes while the parents observed. 



Virginia Coughlin, tenth grader, points out to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William 
Coughlin, the Massachusetts senate seats in the picture on exhibit in the social 
studies showcase — United States Congress. 



Parents visit the "showcase" 




Mr. Charles L. Manos, principal, joined Mrs. Rennie Bowden in the serv- 
ing line during the Parents' Night coffee hour. Here, he is serving punch 
to eighth grader, Richard Harper. 





Mrs. Katherine Hadjyannis, Spanish teacher, takes her husband on 
a reading tour of the school library. 



Home Economics showcase — A Touch of Magic — holds the 
attention of Glen and Laurie Firth, students, and their parents 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth of Plainville. 



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PRE GAME BONFIRE 

Co-captains Peter Finley and Peter Stasis 
torched the huge pile of flammable material 
and the sky glowed with the flames from the 
pre-game Thanksgiving Day Warrior bonfire. 
In the light thrown by the fire, the coaches 
gave pep talks, the students and fans sang, 
cheered, and marched round and round hop- 
ing to invoke the help of the fire god in the 
annual game with the Franklin Panthers. 



King Philip Warriors and fans watch the traditional bonfire flames soar skyward 
along with their hopes that the Warriors will beat the Franklin Panthers in the an- 
nual Thanksgiving football game. 



Flames and hope soar skyward 




Arthur Petitt, Stephen Woolford, John Flanagan, and Christopher Cady 
stand with head coach Conrad Pensavalle while he sparks the fans to sup- 
port the Warriors in the Thanksgiving game with their arch rivals, the 
Franklin Panthers. 





John Flanagan stands by while Coach Thomas Hartley gives a 
pep talk. 



Worn out from cheering the King Philip fans stand around 
waiting for the next event. 



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YULETIDE EVENT 

On the evening of December 20, 1965, the 
King Philip band and choir entertained stu- 
dents, teachers, parents, and friends with a 
program of band and choral selections 
befitting the holiday season. The annual 
Christmas concert is the musical highlight of 
the school year. Under the direction of Mr. 
Raymond Hill, the band and choir have suc- 
cessfully staged this event for the past nine 
years. 



Stephanie Weaver, Debra Taylor, Mary-Ann Pasquantonio, Patricia Hoar, Sarah 
Winn, and Jane Beresford enjoy singing in the annual Christmas concert. 



Musical showcase for Christmas 



During the annual Christmas concert, 
musical director Mr. Raymond Hill 
leads the junior choir in a popular se- 
lection. 





Clarinet and trumpet sections add to the tonal quality 
of the band. 



Charles Richardson and Marcia Semple, 
Chieftain editors, are members of the senior 
band conducted by Mr. Raymond Hill. 




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June Clark plays the glockenspiel in the King Philip 
band. 



Junior choir voices ring out loud and clear when Mr. Raymond Hill conducts and Jeanne 
Wright plays the accompaniment. 



is a popular annual event 





Jane Beresford, Pamela Waters, Carole Schickle, Donna Martucci, Karen Dittrich, Dorothea Pazur- 
chek, and Patricia Crafts favor the audience with traditional Christmas carols. 



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Canals and palaces of Venice 




Queen of Bella Notte, Cheryl Franklin, escorted by 
Frederick Goodwin, calls to tell her mother that she has 
been chosen Queen of the Junior Prom. 




Beautiful night in Venice was the theme of 
the 1965 Junior Prom. All students and guests 
found the promise of the motif fulfilled. Color- 
ful Venetian street scenes and Italian fruit 
place cards transformed the ballroom into a 
Bella Notte for the beautifully gowned co-eds 
and their escorts. 








make an entrancing backdrop for Bella Notte 





Mr. David Eaton, superintendent, Mr. Charles Manos, principal, Mr. Conrad Pensavalle, 
guidance counsellor, and Mr. Thomas Hartley, basketball coach, rest with their "pets" at 
half-time. 



DONKEY BALL 

THE WORLD'S CRAZIEST SPORT 




WATCH YOUR FRIENDS RIDE THE DONKEYS 

King Philip Faculty 

vs. 

Tri-Town Police 
DATE: Thursday, Dec. 16 

TIME: 



Wilder 

than 

a 

Rodeo! 



8 P. M. 



IPLACE: KING PHILIP GYM 

SPONSOR King Philip Booster Club 

ADULTS $1.00 

CHILDREN 50c 



Funnier 

than 

a 

Circus! 

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College-bound students profit 




Mr. Glen Kibler, biology teacher, smiles as he is pursued by 
officer James Killion of the Wrentham police force. 



King Philip boosters roar with laughter when Mr. Thomas Hartley, the 
pulling force, meets up with "Mr. Donkey," the immovable object. 




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HOOVES AWAY 

On December 16, the King Philip faculty 
and the tri-town police took to the basket- 
ball court aboard donkeys for an unusual 
and hilarious evening of fun. Sponsored by 
the King Philip Boosters Club for the benefit 
of the citizens' scholarship foundation, the 
donkey basketball game revealed the riding 
ability of our faculty and police to a crowded 
gymnasium. At the end of an exciting touch 
and go game, the faculty members were 
victorious. 



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Mr. James Ferney, social studies practice teacher from Boston College, shouts encourage- 
ment in the hope that Mr. Glen Kibler, biology teacher, will make the basket. 



Mr. James Mahoney, Norfolk police officer, takes a "do or die" grip on his donkey reins, Mr. Jeffrey 
Lambert, chemistry teacher, tries for a rebound; Mr. James Anderson, Wrentham police officer, fights 
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Wearing his Texan hat and boots, 
Mr. Glen Kibler, of the King Philip 
faculty, proves that Texans can both 
ride and "shoot". 



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John Flanagan acts as the disc-jockey at the King Philip dances. 




Robert Fink pays the admission fee to Jeannette Gilchrist and Arlene 
Beauchemin. Kathryn Patton, Mr. Charles Vaillancourt, and police 
chief Walter Hobbs are, also, part of the school dance scene. 



Frequent school dances 



John Flanagan trips the "light fantastic" with Victoria Kapolchok at a 
school dance. 





Mary-Ellen Flanagan sits out the dance with Mark McLean, Sandra 
Stone, and Denise Roy. 



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SCHOOL DANCES POPULAR 

Students in grades seven through twelve 
patronize the school dances for evenings of 
fun and entertainment. The funds raised are 
used to support the student government and 
the class treasuries. 

Dancing to popular recordings or combos 
provides an outlet which satisfies the social needs 
of the students. 



Christine Perry, Student Council vice-president, sells soft drinks 
at one of the Senior dances. 






Modern dance fans Lawrence Pray and Cheryl Skinner enjoy 
themselves at "Senior A-Go-Go." 



are a showcase for social activities 



Although fast modern dances are the 
order of the day, King Philip students 
prove that they can slow dance to a waltz. 




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Students become aware of civic responsibility 




Yearbook editors, Marcia Semple and Dianne Hamilton, were ch6sen as 
Girls' State representatives from Plainville and Wrentham respectively. 



Boys chosen as alternates to attend University of Massachusetts conven- 
tions were Peter Stasis, Norfolk; Charles Richardson and Eric Hatch, 
Wrentham; and Richard Lunn, Plainville. 




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Tri-town American Legion Posts chose as representatives to Boys' State. 
Guy Wickman, Plainville; William Helfen, Wrentham; Winsor Bowden, 
Norfolk; and William Perry. 



STUDENTS WORK AT GOVERNMENT 

Each year, qualified junior boys and girls are chosen by 
the American Legion Post in each town as delegates to 
represent King Philip at Boys' State and Girls' State. These 
conventions are organized to better orient our youth to the 
complexities of government and politics. For one week, 
the boys live at the University of Massachusetts, and the 
girls live at Bridgewater State College in the company of 
similarly selected high school students. During this week, 
their lives revolve around government and politics. Their 
actual involvement in government practices gives them a 
broader perspective and truer grasp of the problems that 
face the legislative and administrative branches of our gov- 
ernment. 

Girls' State alternate from Plainville was Collette Pelletier and the Wren- 
tham alternate was Mary Jane Delaney. 




UNDERGRADUATES 



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LAST SEVENTH GRADE CLASS 

Members of the Class 1971 have the 
unique distinction of being the last group of 
elementary school graduates to enter King 
Philip Regional High School as seventh grad- 
ers. This one year at King Philip should help 
the class gain the maturity and leadership 
qualities to function effectively as the "se- 
niors" at the new junior high school. 




Seventh graders elected: Ronald Tibbetts, president; Martha Connors, secretary; 
Kim West, treasurer; and Dorothea Pazurchek, vice-president, to lead their class. 



Seventh Graders 



Stacey Apostle 
James Arno 
Christine Armen 
Pauline Bailey 
Phillips Baker 




Martha Bambery 
James Barber 
Rae Barrett 
James Beach 
Joseph Beals 
Gail Beek 
Mary Benedetti 

Michael Bemardine 
George Bernier 
Patricia Blanchard 
George Bormet 
Jan Boschen 
Kathleen Boucher 
Willis Boudreau 

Mary Bowie 
Lawrence Brassard 
Ruth Bremilst 
Elizabeth Brennan 
Karen Brown 
Warren Brown 
Wayne Burt 

Norman Busby 
Suzanne Caderette 
Karen Cady 
Donald Callahan 
Geraldine Callahan 
Judy Candage 
Lawrence Cardaci 

Joyce Carpenter 
Debora Carter 
Michael Carter 
Annette Carrier 
Hope Casey 
Sally Chabot 
Carol Chamillard 



Rebecca Chaput 
Kenneth Chase 
John Chisholm 
Jean Christensen 
Robin Church 
Dana Clow 
Charles Cobb 

Stephen Coles 
Monica Collins 
Sharon Collins 
Catherine Connor 
Martha Connors 
William Conrad 
Daniel Conroy 

Michael Cooper 
Donna Cornell 
Anthony Costa 
Patricia Crafts 
Michael Crawford 
Janet Cribby 
Ethan Crichton 

Joan Cronin 
Kathleen Cronin 
Cathy Currier 
John Curtis 
Richard Dale 
Coleen Davin 
Karel De Haas 

Marylyn Deighan 
David Deschamps 
Paul DiBattista 
Margaret DiSciullo 
Michael Disnard 
Karen Dittrich 
Daniel Donnelly 




Class of 1971 




Gary Dow 
Carl Dumont 
Patricia Dunn 
Laurence Dusty 



David Easterbrook 
Barbara Ehnes 
David Eisner 
Darlene Ellis 



Edbury Enegren 
Stephen Enos 
Jonathan Evans 
Robert Ferquaharson* 



Donna Figaratto 
John Finase 
Lori Firth 
Daniel Fisher 



James Fitzgerald 
Alice Fitzpatrick 
Deborah Flessas 
Janice Fortier 



Sharon Collins and Jan Henrich portray typical study 
hall students. 




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Monica Collins and Walter Ross have 
learned to concentrate in a crowded 
study hall. 



Jo Anne Fountain 
Jean French 
Andrew Geishecker 
Kenneth Gilchrist 
James Glennon 



Bradford Goodknight 
Sybil Goodknight 
Kenneth Goodman 
Thomas Gookin 
Barbara Gowan 



Barry Graves 
Christine Graves 
Cynthia Green 
Patricia Grue 
William Gundlach 



Susan Handy 
Debra Hapenny 
Ray Harmon 
Cheryl Harndenn 
Denis Harnois 



Sandra Hemmingsen 
Jan Henrich 
Patricia Hoar 
Edmund Hobbs 
Pollyanna Holt 




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Promise and possibilities of new horizons 







Deborah Horton 
Debra Hussey 
Marcia Johnston 
Paula Jones 
Pamela Jost 
William Joyce 



Rebecca Julewitz 
James Kelly 
Patrice Kelly 
Mariesa Kempton 
Edward Kettell 
Donald Knauber 



Dennis Koch 
Cheryl Kohut 
Linda Konetchy 
Tatiana Kotuszenke 
Janice Kozak 
Daniel Landry 



Steve Lang 
Deborah Larrabee 
Patricia LeBlanc 
Thomas LeBlanc 
Spring Leonard 
Kathy Lewicki 



Christine Lighty 
Robin Lind 
Darrell Lockwood 
Donna Looney 
Raymond Lumnah 
Brenda Mackey 



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Chris Mackey 
Suzanna Mackey 
Judith MacLean 
Thomas Maduskuie 
Alan Maguire 
Virginia Manley 



Arsene Marchand 
Patricia Marshall 
Maureen Masterson 
Linda Matthews 
Janice Mayer 
Brian McAlice 



Michael McBrien 
Perry McLain 
Robert Mclntyre 
Nancy McMorrow 
Joan Megna 
Janet Metcalf 



Donald Mitchell 
Jean Mitchell 
Michael Moore 
Robert Morril 
Michael Morris 
Lois Morriseau 



Donald Mugford 
Kathleen Mullaney 
Paul Murphy 
Pamela Murray 
John Needham 
Kathleen O'Brien 




dawn on our seventh graders 




Scott Olsson 
Cynthia Palmer 
Deborah Parkinson 
Susan Parsons 
Karen Partridge 



Mary-Ann Pasquantonio 
Raymond Paul 
Susan Payne 
Dorothea Pazurchek 
Cynthia Peck 



Paul Pelletier 
Robin Peloquin 
Ethan Perry 
Jon Peterson 
Vibeke Peterson 



Judith Petrillo 
Bruce Petrovick 
Karen Pierce 
Wendy Pink 
Lynn Plante 



LuAnn Pond 
Charles Porter 
Steven Powell 
Dennis Power 
Marie Prantis 



Paul Robson, Cynthia Green, Deborah 
Parkinson, Deborah Robbins, and Marie 
Prantis find mathematics puzzling. 




101 




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JoAnn Preston 
Lois Reynolds 
Nancy Rideout 
Kathy Riley 
Susan Rivet 
Deborah Robbins 
Lewis Robinson 

Paul Robson 
Constance Ross 
Walter Ross 
David Saunders 
Jeffrey Schoening 
Gary Schofield 
Charlene Sharon 

Keith Sharron 
Michael Sheehan 
Ron Shobaken 
Jerry Smith 
Frances Snyder 
Robert Serjenen 
Connie Stacey 

Paul Standing 
Gary Steel 
Robert Stephens 
Robert Such 
Robert Sullivan 
Paul Sullivan 
Wayne Sundquist 

Michael Supple 
Kathleen Sweeney 
Robert Taber 
Cheryl Tessier 
David Thompson 
Kenneth Thornton 
Ronald Tibbetts 



Insecurity threatens their tranquility 



Patricia Marshall, Bruce Petrovick, William 
Conrad, and Thomas Maduskuie are for- 
tunate in being able to get their start in stu- 
dent government as members of the class 
council. 



Elaine Velino 
Russell Waldron 
William Wallace 
Robert Warren 




Debra Waters 
Neil Watson 
Stephanie Weaver 
Donna Welsh 
Phyllis Welsh 



Kim West 
Frederick White 
William Wiggin 
Michael Williams 
Leslie Witherell 



Shirley Wolowicz 
Nancv Wood 
Stephen Wood 
John E. Wood 
John L. Wood 



Lee Woodworth 
Dianne Wright 
James Young 
Deborah Zagarella 
Joan Zilch 




102 



EIGHTH GRADERS MOVE 
FORWARD 

One year in the "showcase" has 
benefited the eighth grade class. The fact 
that they will be the first ninth graders in 
a four year high school, with expanded 
curriculum, should give them greater 
scholastic and vocational advantage. 




President, Kathryne Kaine's suggestion arouses the enthusiasm of Carla Alsworth, sec- 
retary; Arlene Doyle, treasurer; and Susan Lukk, vice-president. 



Class of 1970 




Marsha Allaire 
Carla Alsworth 
Donald Andrade 
Ronald Andrade 
James Annis 
Dwight Aube 
Dianne Auciello 

Janet Baker 
Dianne Bankert 
Steven Barnaby 
Patricia Barnett 
Kathleen Barstow 
Mary Bennett 
Deborah Bergevine 

Henry Binney 
Susan Bond 
Nancy Bostrom 
Reeve Boulter 
Mary Bourque 
Lizbeth Breitbart 
Mark Briere 

Theresa Brower 
Debra Brown 
Norman Brown 
Ernest Callegaro 
Charlyn Canning 
Theresa Cannon 
Donna Card 

Valerie Carter 
Donna Chase 
William Christy 
Faith Colley 
Barbara Connors 
James Conrad 
Kathleen Conway 

Linda Cook 
Paul Cooney 
Stephen Cooper 
Brenda Costa 
Alfred Cox 
George Cronin 
Joseph Currier 



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Linda Daniels 
Stephen Daniels 
Lester Darling 
Patricia Darling 



Jean DaVia 
Vincent DeLairro 
Leo Deshetries 
Robert Desplaines 



Steven Dias 
Paula DiLeonardo 
Thomas Doiron 
John Donovan 



George Doucette 
Arlene Doyle 
Jo- Anne Duhy 
Harry Durkin 




Susan Bond, Susan Sumner, Barbara Lambert, Lucille Gau- 
dreau, Irene Lambert, James Conrad, Lizbeth Breitbart, Linda 
Viola, Patricia Ellis, Jean Simmons and Francis Roderiques 
were all chosen to serve their class as council members. 



Our eighth graders are firmly established 



Carolyn Dusty 
Sigmund Dziurdz 
Carol Dziurdz 
Patricia Ellis 
Mark England 
Valerie Estano 
Vernon Fairbanks 

Daniel Falcone 
David Faucett 
Michael Ferragamo 
Linda Field 
Albert Figaratto 
Elaine Fink 
Timothy Finley 

Ross Fisher 
Patricia Foley 
Linda French 
Lucille Gaudreau 
Lee Gentile 
Leo Glennon 
Kenneth Guay 

Cheryl Gucwa 
Bradley Gundlach 
Cheryl Gustafson 
Brenda Guy 
Virgil Hamaty 
Arthur Hapenny 
Richard Harper 




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David Harrington 
George Hayden 
Robert Hayes 
Susan Hearon 



William Heylin 
George Hoffman 
Jeanne Howell 
Rosemary Hume 



George Hussey 
James Hutchinson 
Bruce Johnston 
David Jones 



Elaine Jordan 
Kathryn Kaine 
George Katapodis 
Deborah Kelly 




members of the King Philip family 




Joanne Kelly 
John Kenerson 
Cindy Kettell 



Larry Keyes 
James Klagge 
Beverly Knight 



Robert Koch 
Richard Kolseth 
Gary Kotros 



David Kozak 
Roseann Lacasse 
William Lally 



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Striving for accuracy, the eighth grader 




Deborah Menzel 
Robert Miranda 
Wendy Morse 



Barbara Lambert 
Irene Lambert 
Karen Landry 
Mary Lanergan 
Linda Langdon 
Earle Langley 
Robert Lanteigne 

Christine LaPierre 
Leo LaPierre 
Bradford LaPointe 
Cynthia Larsen 
Richard Larsen 
Dennis Laverty 
Roni Legge 

Christine Leppert 
Laura Littleton 
Anthony Lorusso 
Susan Lukk 
Thomas Lumnah 
Michael Lunn 
Kathleen Lussier 

Brian MacDonald 
Lorraine MacDonald 
Gregory MacDonnell 
Jeanne MacLean 
Louise MacNiel 
Stuart Maguire 
John Manchester 



Michael Mavrides, Robert Hayes, and William Zaccardi listen atten- 
tively. 




106 



finds himself in a whirl of indecision 




Christine Muir 
Donna Murphy 



Dale Ober 
Erin O'Brien 



Kathleen O'Laughlin 
Margaret Olsen 



Heritage Day delegates, Lizbeth Breitbart and Gary McLacklan are cited for exceptional 
citizenship. 



Judith Bavinski 
Paula Bavinski 
Charles Beidel 
John Benner 
Jacquelyne Beybrock' 
Jacqueline Bioux 
Francis Boderigues 

Charles Booney 
Bobert Booney 
Janice Sacco 
Imant Saks 
David Sarrazin 
Paul Scholter 
Deborah Sequin 




Carol Peloquin 
Sandra Peloquin 
James Pereira 
Judith Pierce 
Carol Pitt 



Bradley Plante 
Laura Plante 
Beatrice Post 
Deborah Pottle 
George Powell 



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On to bigger and better things . . . 




Howard Shangraw 
Jean Simmons 
Pamela Smith 
Chesley Snow 



Pochard Sousa 
Richard Stasis 
Marjorie Stearns 
Joseph Stock 



Charles Stone Jr. 
Susan Sumner 
James Sweeney 
Donna Taylor 



Janice Tobey 
Daniel Todaro 
Nicholas Todaro 
Ronald Tower 



James Tremblay 
Linda Treweek 
Richard Tripp 
Jacqueline Turcotte 



Mark Twardzicki 
Robert Ulrich 
Joscelyn Varieur 
Thomas Vine 



Linda Viola 
Joseph Viverios 
Kathleen Wadleigh 
Marjorie Wallin 



Jonathan Washburn 
Gregory Waters 
William White 
Geoffrey Whitehouse 



John Whyte 
David Wiklund 
Debra Wiklund 
Joan Wolf 



Barry Woodland 
Van Woodworth 
Ronald Young 
William Zaccardi Jr. 



Eighth grade band members, Jacquelyn Reybrock and Sus- 
an Bond are enthusiastic young musicians. 




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NINTH GRADERS PROGRESS 

As ninth graders, the class of 1969 begins to 
move toward the front of the "showcase" 
where their beginning appreciation for knowl- 
edge and its application as a preparation for 
the future stands out. 




Class problems are examined by Barbara Barnes, treasurer; Russell Sullivan, president; 
Paula Carr, secretary; and John Bergman, vice-president. 



Class of 1969 




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David Aliberti 
John Allen 
Linda Anderson 
Deborah Angell 
Linda Armitage 
Mark Assetta 
Ronald Atwell 



Christine Authelet 
Albert Babel 
Elizabeth Babel 
Linda Bailey 
Michael Barffett 
Barbara Barnes 
George Beals 



Sheila Beaver 
Jane Beresford 
Edward Berghelli 
John Bergman 
Susan Binney 
Charles Blair 
Dianne Blazic 



Martha Blood 
Dorothy Bormet 
Martin Boschen 
Wendy Boutilier 
Richard Bremilst 
Donna Briere 
Alan Brown 



Susan Brown 
Kristine Bryant 
Leslie Bryant 
Cynthia Budd 
Richard Burnett 
Katherine Burt 
Mark Burton 



109 




Student representatives: Linda Fuller, Sarah Valentine, Susan 
Robinson, Deborah Keeler, Karen Petersen, Dianne Carpenter, 
Alexander Julewitz, Thomas Hill, Dennis Rowland, David Aliberti, 
Greg Wadleigh, and Kenneth Mayer. 



Alan Button 
Christopher Cady 
Michael Campilio 



Joseph Canole 
Neil Carlson 
Dianne Carpenter 



Gary Carpenter 
Paula Carr 
Steven Carter 



Carol Carver 
Michael Chaffee 
Meredith Chase 




Acceptance of new challenges 




Clyde Cheney 
Alpin Chisholm 
Carol Choma 
June Clark 
Paul Cobb 
Barbara Collins 



Edith Cook 
David Cooper 
Carol Costa 
Ralph Crowell 
Christine Dalghren 
Edward Davis 



Dianne 

DeChristofaro 
Ronald Desper 
Dianne 

DiGiantimaso 
David Dore 
Kathleen Doucette 
Michele Downing 



Cynthia DuFour 
Kenneth Dunn 
Linda Easterbrooks 
Roger Eaton 
Mark Eden 
David Edwards 



Robert Edwards 
William Ellis 
Elaine Evans 
Ernest Evans 
Kathleen Faille 
Robert Fawcett 



110 



Jean Figaratto 
Cynthia Fillmore 
Robert Firth 
Raymond Fisher 
Kevin Franklin 
Linda Fuller 



Ronald Gade 
Susan Geishecker 
Nancy Gilligan 
Robert Gilmore 
James Gledhill 
Alan Goguen 



Rernard Gowen 
Lewis Grant 
Linda Grant 
Kurt Grasso 
Gail Griffin 
John Habicht 



William Hallet 
Charles Harrington 
Michael Harris 
Alan Hatt 
Daniel Hawkins 
Stephen Hearon 




is the task at hand 




David Heath 
Thomas Hill 
Joan Hobbs 



Carolyn Hodson 
Alan Hovey 
Nancy Howard 



6mes Hunt 
avid Hurder 
Patricia Hurkett 



John Hutchinson 
Linda Ireland 
Rruce Jacobson 



Linda Johnson 
Mary Ellen Jordan 
William Jordan 



Shirley Steliga, Linda Fuller, Dianne Carpenter, Edith Cook and 
Nancy Howard were awarded keys for academic achievement. 




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Our newly -acquired high school status 




David Kettell 
James Klagge 
Constance Knauber 
Linda Knight 
Robert Knight 
Bernard Kolseth 
Douglas Konetchy 



George Kenig 
Daniel Lambert 
Paul Landry 
Dennis Laughman 
Catherine LeBlanc 
Preston Legge 
Karen Leutzinger 



Barbara Leverone 
Kevin Lewis 
Thomas Long 
Carmine Lorusso 
Diana Lussier 
Susan Lussier 
Susan Lyons 



Carolyn MacDonald 
Robert Mackey 
Virginia Mackey 
Robert Mackie 
John MacLean 
Bruce Maguire 
Michael Manley 



Robert Manley 
Janice Marchand 
Robert Marcotte 
Robert Martin 
Lauretta Martucci 
John Matakanski 
Mary Mauritz 



112 




requires conscientiousness and maturity 




Kenneth Mayer 
Maureen McBrien 
Kevin McCullough 
Mary McGarry 
Robert McLackian 
David McNamara 
Douglas Miller 



Paul Miller 
John Miranda 
Karen Morone 
Jack Mitchell 
David Morriss 
Christine Mowry 
Charles Mozart 



Douglas Mugford 
Donna Mullen 
Pamela Murphy 
Constance Nason 
Dawn Nelson 
Donna Nelson 
Linda Nelson 



Jeffrey Newman 
Everett Norton 
Stephen Oliva 
Susan O'Neil 
Donald Parkinson 
David Patchin 
George Patchin 



Margaret Patton 
Harry Payne 
Martin Pearson 
David Peck 
Aline Pelletier 
Brenda Peloquin 
Linda Pericolo 



Barbara Perry 
Dwight Perry 
Karen Peterson 
Arthur Petitt 
John Pertillo 
Judith Pezold 
Jeanne Philpin 



Donna Pilblad 
John Plumer 
Michael Pray 
Paul Proal 
Sandra Ravinski 
Sheila Ravinski 
Loel Ravmond 



Anthony Reybrock 
Stephen Reynolds 
Claudia Rick 
Susan Robinson 
Emory Rounds 
Dennis Rowland 
Carolyn Ryder 



Janet Sanchione 
Joyce Sanchione 
Peter Santoro 
Dan Schnorbus 
William Sievert 
Cheryl Skinner 
Cheryl Lee Smith 



113 




Richard Smith 
Clifford Snow 
Geraldine Snow 
Susan Speer 



Wanda Stacey 
Edward Stack 
Gregory Stahl 
Shirley Steliga 



Arlene Stewart 
John Such 
William Sullivan 
Deborah Sundquist 



Debra Taylor 
Kathleen Thibedeau 
Anne Thornton 
Lyn Tibbetts 



Daniel Tower 
Jeannette Tripp 
David Tucker 
Mark Twardzicki 




Deborah Sundquist and Carolyn Hodson clean 
up after a home economics class. 



Accept the challenge 



John Ufheil 
Sarah Valentine 
Gregory Wadleigh 
Roberta Wallace 
Stephen Walton 




Gwenn Wambolt 
Glenn Washburn 
Carolyn Ann Watson 
Henry Watson 
Cynthia Weaver 
Leland Welsh 
Chipman Westhaver 



Michael White 
Robert Wiggin 
Paul Wilkinson 
Deborah Willard 
Deborah Willis 
Maureen Wojciechowski 
Linda Wood 



Peter Wood 
William Woodland 
Beulah Woodward 
Stephen Woodward 
Jane Woolford 
Sara Young 
Marianne Zeller 



114 



SOPHOMORES ON EXHIBIT 

Upon reaching the sophomore year, 
students are encouraged to evince social 
and intellectual maturity and to begin the 
preparation for their respective careers. 
Each sophomore is expected to behave in 
academic and extra-curricular activities as 
if he were being closely scrutinized, and 
as if his accomplishments were to be ex- 
hibited in a vast showcase of knowledge. 




Tenth graders have elected Lynn Dynan, secretary; Robert Croswell, president; 
William Ashe, vice-president; and Susan Logan, treasurer. 



Class of 1968 




Nancy Allen 
William Allen 
Marsha Alsworth 
Ruth Andrade 
Sheila Annis 
Mark Apostle 



Robert Armitage 
Cindie Amo 
William Ashe 
Robert Ashman 
Phyllis Atwell 
Howard Bailey 



Richard Baker 
Robert Baker 
Ellen Bambery 
William Barber 
Jeffrey Barrett 
Kathleen Barrett 



Joan Baxter 
Barbara Beauchemin 
Marcia Bergman 
Jane Betts 
Virginia Binney 
Annette Blair 



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As class council members, Robert Mauritz, Barbara Beauchemin, Virginia Brown, Robert Carlson, Patricia 
Vine, Howard Haase, Patricia O'Brien, Sherwood Haskins, Stephen Geishecker, and Deboran Bond, will 
have to make many decisions. 




Beverly Cain 
Robert Carlson 
Jeanne Cartier 
Mary Chabot 
Robert Chapin 
Paul Chartrand 
Wesley Chase 



Nancy Clarke 
Paul Conant 
Alden Cooper 
Linda Costa 
Virginia Coughlin 
Robert Croswell 
Bruce Cummings 



Elizabeth Curtis 
Noreen Daley 
David Daniels 
Peter Davia 
Michael Davin 
Neil Davin 
Deborah Davis 



116 



to assured success in the future 




Paula Delaiarro 
Kim Desalvo 
Gail Deschamps 
Robert Deschamps 
William Dias 



Jean DiBattista 
Rebecca Diette 
Diana Doiron 
Diane Doyle 
Paul Duhy 



Paula Dumont 
Lynn Dynan 
William Easterbrooks 
Patricia Everett 
Susan Fenton 



Robert Fink 
Donna Fisher 
Donna Fitzgerald 
Mary Ellen Flanagan 
Stephen Geishecker 



Kathleen Gould 
Raymond Goulet 
Roberta Goulette 
Linda Gowen 
Gregory Grant 



Student Council has awarded gold and silver keys to Robert Croswell, Joan Lo 
masney, Paula DeLaiarro, and Patricia Vine, in recognition of their academic 
cellence. 



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Rosemary Grato 
Francis Grogan 



Joan Grzenda 
Barbara Guay 



Leslie Gucwa 
Howard Haase 



Wayne Hamilton 
Robert Harris 




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Sherwood Haskins 
Dale Hatt 
Pauline Hazlett 
Kathleen Heinz 
Bonnie Hen rich 
Cheryl Heon 



Donald Heylin 
Thomas Heylin 
Faith Hodson 
Helen Holske 
Hope Holske 
Robert Hopkins 



Nancy Horton 
Nancy Howell 
Sharon Hussey 
Lorrie Hutchinson 
Douglas Jost 
Marilyn Kaine 



Success is our goal, scholastic mastery is 



Carol Keighley 
Robert Kelly 
David Klagge 






Gregory Pazurchek is a promising sophomore athlete. 



Raymond Knowles 
Candace Langille 
Catherine Langley 




Robert LaPierre 
Marilyn Larrabee 
William Larsen 



Kathy Laughman 
Walter Lewicki 
Dana Lockwood 



Susan Logan 
Joan Lomasney 
Timothy Long 



Lynda Loring 
Darleen Lumnah 
Stephen Lynch 




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our means of attaining it 



John Macaione 
Leah MacDonnell 
Deborah Mackie 
Frances Mackie 



Kathleen MacNeil 
Gerald Marchand 
Catherine Martin 
Robert Mauritz 



Mary Mavrides 
David Meunier 
Marie Micone 
Bruce Mitchell 




Senior Marcia Semple, Editor in Chief 
of the 1966 yearbook, explains the pic- 
ture schedule to Robert Carlson, and 
Robert Mauritz. 



Caren Moore 
Donna Morin 
Jeffrey Morrill 



David Nicholas 
Patricia O'Brien 
Charles Patton 
James Parm enter 
Margaret Parmenter 
Beverly Payne 



Gregory Pazurchek 
Barry Peasley 
Susan Peckham 
Arthur Picard 
Kathleen Plante 
Joseph Porter 



Marilyn Porter 
Diana Post 
Madelein Pothier 
David Power 
John Powers 
Michael Powers 



Richard Preston 
Myna Proal 
David Probert 
Carol Ragucci 
George Reaville 
Joseph Rioux 




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Scott Robinson 
Linda Robitaille 



Valerie Robson 
David Roderich 



Donna Roderigues 
Diana Post 




Robert Carlson casts a sly glance at Stephen Geishecker while Virginia Brown and 
Barbara Beauchemin watch. 



Academic competence requires diligence 




Marc Ronbock 
William Rooney 
Barbara Ross 
Teresa Rouille 
Bruce Rowell 
Denise Roy 
Paul Sanchioni 



Richard Sawyer 
Antone Sebastiao 
Martha Shangraw 
Susan Shepard 
Michael Skinner 
Sandra Snow 
Cynthia Speer 

Lee Standing 
Kenneth Stasis 
Maureen Ann Stearns 
Gregory Steeves 
Timothy Swan 
Janice Sundquist 
George Tessier 

Stephen Thibedeau 
Paul Topham 
Patricia Vine 
Robert Waitkevich 
Gail Waldron 
Donna Washburn 
Marie Watremez 



Stephen Welik 
Alan White 
Donna White 
Wendy Whitehouse 
Steven Widak 
Norma Wiklund 
Harold Wilson 



Otto Wolf 
Douglas Wood 
Kathleen Wood 
Miles Woodward 
Linda Woolford 
Jeanne Wright 
Carol Zilch 



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Teresa Lambert, treasurer; Paul Schofield, vice-president; David Christensen, president; and Janice 
Johnston, secretary, have been chosen to lead the class of 1967. 



Class of 1967 



PREPARATION FOR 
LEADERSHIP 

During the junior year, emphasis is 
placed upon refinement of character and 
academic conscienciousness. Along with 
the honor of being considered upperclass- 
men, goes the task of assuming respon- 
sibility in preparation for the coming senior 
year. The acquisition of confidence and 
leadership qualities is as equally important 
in the junior year as is academic achieve- 
ment. 



Donna Bankert 
Peter Bardwell 
Norman Batalon 
Cynthia Beauchemin 
Charles Bedard 



Sharon Allaire 
Marcia Ames 



George Annis 
Bichard Armitase 



Carolyn Ashworth 
Margaret Atwell 



Alice Auld 
Barbara Bailey 





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Dian Beek 
Mark Bigelow 
Lawrence Binney 



Steven Bissel 
Shirley Blaisdell 
Althea Boudreau 



Joyce Briere 
Leo Briere 
George Brooks 



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Janice Johnston, junior class secretary, is in a 
pensive mood. 



Juniors are encouraged to set 




Donna Brown 
Kristine Brown 
Judith Burt 
Constance Burton 
Heidi Bushell 
Glennis Canole 



William Carr 
Paul Catalano 
Janice Chabot 
Peter Cheney 
John Choma 
David Christensen 



Philip Church 
Janice Collins 
Judith Connors 
Dana Cooper 
Thomas Croswell 
Douglas Cummings 



Anne Curtis 
Leslie Dalghren 
Howard Davis 
Gail DeChristofaro 
Helen Deptula 
Susan Doak 



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Kevin Downing 
Rene Dufour 
Barbara Eaton 
Ronald Eisner 
Bonnie Emerson 



David Farrar 
Terry Fenton 
Robert Fisher 
Janet Frederiksen 
Natalie Gardner 
Gale Gehman 



John Gilligan 
Edith Gledhill 
Carolyn Goodman 
Sandra Gould 
Mary Ann Graham 
Hector Greene 



an example for underclassmen to follow 



Donna Katapodis 
Joudrie Keenan 
Albert Kempton 
Patricia Knowles 
Karen Kolseth 
Alice Lambert 



Nancy Lambert 
Teresa Lambert 
Linda Lang 
Nancy LaPointe 
David Lasky 
Douglas Lemire 



David Grzenda 
Roy Guay 
Kathleen Hallett 
Priscilla Hancock 
Dana Hatch 



Wayne Hatt 
Pamela Hearon 
Dana Hill 
Bruce Hobbs 
Janice Johnston 




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Juniors set their sights 





Ingrida Lemkins 
Richard Leverone 
Robert Littleton 
Richard Lockwood 
Pamela Lord 
Laure Lumnah 




Veronica MacDonnell 
Ann Marie Maguire 



Donald Manley 
Robert Mann 



Robert Marshall 
Richard McCullough 





Junior Key Club members: Janice Collins, Dennis Porter, Ronald Eisner, Thomas 
Wadleigh, Joanne Raymond and Jeanne Pasquantonio make good use of library 
facilities. 



Donald Mckillop 
Mark McLean 
Robert McNamara 
Janet McMorrow 
Michael Metcalf 




Rrian Miller 
Marcia Morone 
Paul Morriss 
Carol Mullaney 

Julianne Murphy 
Rudolph Neer 



Peter Nelson 
William Norton 
Daniel O'Connell 
Douglas Olsen 
Glenn Olsen 
Peter O'Neil 



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on the refinement of study habits 




William Page 
Robert Parsons 
Jean Pasquantonio 
Patricia Pasquantonio 
Carol Pedersen 
Christine Perry 



Harold Perry 
Barry Porter 
Dennis Porter 
Donald Power 
Glenn Power 
Peter Prevett 




Class council representatives in the junior class are: Glenn Olsen, Thomas 
Wadleigh, Alice Lambert, Nancy LaPointe, Kristine Brown, Carolyn Good- 
man, Dana Hatch, and Michael Ragucci. 



Anthony Ravinski 
Joanne Raymond 



Marcia Reid 
Maryalayna Reybrock 







David Richardson 
Jeffrey Rick 
Kimball Rogers 
Richard Rose 
Michael Roy 
Charles Schaefer 



Harry Schoening 
Paul Schofield 
Jere Sievert 
Larry Simpson 
Pamela Smith 
Robert Smith 



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Doris Snow 
Linda Sorenson 
Kathleen Steeves 
Pamela Steeves 
Bruce Stewart 
Eileen Sullivan 



Gail Sullivan 
Marilyn Sundquist 
Melissa Swenson 
Cynthia Thibeau 
Allen Thibodeau 
David Topham 



Diana Tower 
Gregory Travers 
Thomas Wadleigh 
Herbert Wagstaff 
Richard Washburn 
Pamela Waters 



Barbara Westhaver 
John Whitehouse 
Stanley Widak 
Bruce Wiggins 
Walter Willert 
Steven Wills 




Preparation for higher education 




Future Nurses, Judith Connors and Leslie Gookin, reflectlcheerful images as San- 
ta's helpers. 



Jeanne Wilson 
Sarah Winn 



Donna Wood 
Russell Wood 



Stephen Woolford 
George Wyllie 






Albert Kempton adds a final touch to a holiday dis- 
play. 



Harold Perry plays a Christmas carol for our listening 
pleasure. 



Charles Bedard plays Santa Claus for French club members. 



is emphasized 



In line with Russian tradition, Mrs. Valentina Dzelzitis 
gives Leslie Dalghren an apple for Christmas. 





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Epilogue 



1966 Chieftain staff members have en- 
deavored to present their showcase realistically 
and honestly with the earnest hope that it in- 
corporates the best of the New England edu- 
cational tradition and heritage. 

Learning within the showcase has been a 
preparation for whatever may lie ahead in to- 
day's rapidly changing world. This prepara- 
tion is the foundation for the inseparable liv- 
ing-learning process which is neverending. 
The ultimate test of the significance of the 
showcase attraction will be evidenced in how 
well those who come forth from the showcase 
accept civic, economic, and social 
responsibilities. 

If the learning within the showcase has true 
value, it will encourage openmindedness, in- 
tellectual curiosity, and creativity. By becom- 
ing more critical in independent judgements 
and gaining greater perspectives, King Philip 
Regional High School graduates should con- 
tinue to move forward in the best of the New 
England tradition. 




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DIRECTC 







SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ASSETTA, LOUISE 

Fashion Show 1,2. 

BAIMA, DONALD 
BAIMA, RICHARD 

BARROWS, BETH 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Se- 
nior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1. 

BEAUCHEMIN, ARLENE 

Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Play 4; Future Teachers 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4 
Chieftain Staff 3,4; Smoke Signals 4; French Club 1,2,3,4 
Choir 1,2,3; Science Fair 1; Dramatics 3; Basketball 1,2,3 
Softball 1. 

BEAUDETTE, GUY 

Class Council 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Student Council 1; 
Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Tennis 4; Track 3. 

BINNEY, RICHARD 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Student Council 1; Golf 3,4; 
Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2. 

BIRMINGHAM, CHARLES 

Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Bonfire 
Committee 4; Football 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; 
Baseball 1,2; Track 3; Bowling 1,2. 

BLAZIC, BRENDA 

Class Council 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Choir 1; Fash- 
ion Show 2,3,4; Softball 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Gym- 
nastics 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1. 

BOUCHER, JANICE 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Future 
Teachers 1,2; Chieftain Staff 4, Copy Editor; Smoke Sig- 
nals 1,2,3,4, Feature Editor 3, Advisor 4; Modern Lan- 
guage Club 1; French Club 2,3,4; German-Russian Cul- 
ture Club 4; Political Science Club 3,4. 

BOURQUE, FRANCIS 

Bonfire Committee 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. 

BOWDEN, WINSOR 

Boys' State Delegate 3; Baseball 1,2; Tennis 3,4; Hockey 
1,2,3,4. 



BRIERE, LINDA 

Class Treasurer 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Choir 
1; Fashion Show 2,4; Field Hockey 1; Model Car Club 4. 

BROWN, MARY BETH 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Basketball 1,3, 
Manager 4. 

BRYANT, GEORGE 

BURNETT, PETER 

Senior Play 4; Track 2,3,4. 

CALDON, BARBARA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Se- 
nior Play 4; Chieftain Staff 4; Model Car Club 4; Choir 1,- 
2,3,4; Art Club 2; Fashion Show 1,4; Ski Club 3,4; Field 
Hockey 1; Gymnastics 1. 

CALLEGARO, DENISE 

Class Secretary 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Smoke 
Signals 4; Science Fair 4; Football Cheerleading 1,2,3,4. 

CARLSON, ELLEN 

Key Club 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Class Council 1,2,- 
3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Bonfire 
Committee 4; Chieftain Staff 4; Smoke Signals 4, Co- 
Editor; French Club 3,4, President 4; Band 2,3,4; Science 
Fair 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Gymnastics 2. 

CARON, NORMAND 

CARR, PATRICIA 

Library Council 1,2. 

CLARK, JAMES 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Bonfire Committee 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Chieftain 
Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Gym- 
nastics 3. 

COONEY, DERITH 

Future Nurses 2,3; Fashion Show 1,2. 

COONEY, SHEILA 

Fashion Show 1,2. 

COOPER, HARRY 

Football 1. 



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COOPER, WAYNE 

CRANE, CHERYL 

Junior Classical League 1; Dramatics 1; Fashion Show 4; 
Basketball 4. 

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM 

Hockey 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,4. 

CROSWELL, SUSAN 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; Class Council 1; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Play 4; Future Teachers 1; Chieftain Staff 4, Activities Edi- 
tor; Smoke Signals 1; French Club 1,2,3,4; German-Rus- 
sian Culture Club 4; Choir 1,2; Dramatics 1,2,3; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,2. 



DELANEY, MARY JANE 

Class Council 3; Dance Committee 1,2,3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Girls' 
State Alternate 3; Student Council 1; Future Teachers 3; 
Chieftain Staff 4; Science Fair 1; Tennis 4; Field Hockey 
1; Football Cheerleading 2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 
Cheerleading 1. 

DOUCETTE, ANNETTE 

Choir 1,2,3; Art Club 2,3; Field Hockey 1. 

DOWNING, LOUIS 

Football 2,3; Track 1. 

DOYLE, HAROLD 



DARLING, EVELYN 



DRAHEIM, PETER 




Lunch toting Peter Finley with classmates 
Linda Keady, Winsor Bowden, and Rich- 
ard Lunn exchanged the bag for two hot 
lunches. 



Learning to take tests paid off in those 
College Board scores for David Wood- 
ward, Barbara Nason, and John Kozak. 




DARLING, ROBERT 

DAVIA, MICHELLE 

Senior Play 4; Chieftain Staff 3; Choir 1,2; Art Club 1; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2. 

DAVIN, PATRICIA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 
2,3,4, Secretary 4; Chieftain Staff 4; Smoke Signals 4; Ski 
Club 3; Political Science Club 3,4. 

DAVIS, JONATHAN 

AVA Group 1; Smoke Signals 4. 

DAVIS, WARREN 

Science Fair 1; Bowling 1. 



EARLE, DEBORAH 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Chieftain Staff 4; 
Political Science Club 4; Dramatics 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2. 

FIGARATTO, JOSEPH 

Class President 3; Class Council 2; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Bonfire Committee 4; Student Council 4; Football 1,- 
2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 3,4. 

FINLEY, PETER 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Class President 4, Vice-President 2; 
Class Council 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Bonfire Com- 
mittee 4; Chieftain Staff 4, Boys' Sports Editor; Football 1,- 
3,4. Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 

FLORIO, ALBERT 



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FLYNN, ARTHUR 

GADE, MARCIA 

Senior Reception 3; Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4. 

GIANNETTI, ROBERT 

Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4. 

GILCHRIST, JEANNETTE 

Class Council 3,4; Dance Committee 3,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Senior Reception 3; Future 
Teachers 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Chieftain 
Staff 3,4; Smoke Signals 4; French Club 2,3; Band 4; Choir 
2,3,4; Dramatics 3,4. 

GILPATRICK, SUE ELLEN 

Future Teachers 1; Choir 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Bowling 1,2. 

GOOKIN, LESLIE 

Senior Reception 3; Future Nurses 3,4; Junior Classical 
League 1; Fashion Show 4; Bowling 1. 

GREEN, ROBERTA 

Senior Play 4; Library Council 1. 

GREENE, GEORGE 

French Club 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 2. 

HAIRE, IRENE 

Choir 1; Fashion Show 3,4. 

HALLETT, JOHN 

Hockey 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4. 

HAMILTON, DIANNE 

Honor Society 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Secretary 1,2; Class 
Council 3,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Girls' 
State Delegate 3; Future Teachers 1; Chieftain Staff 3,4, 
Girls' Sports Editor 4; French Club 3, Vice-President; Ger- 
man-Russian Club 4; Band 2,3; Choir 1; Science Fair 4; 
Field Hockey 2,3,4. 

HARPER, PENELOPE 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Chieftain Staff 4; 
Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 4; Gymnastics 1,- 

2,3,4. 

HARPER, RITA 

Library Council 2; Art Club 2; Fashion Show 3,4; Basketball 
1; Bowling 1,2. 



HATCH, ERIC 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Boys' State Alternate 3; Science 
Fair 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2. 

HEATH, DOUGLAS 

HEFRON, PAULA 

Class Treasurer 1; Class Council 2,3; Dance Committee 1,- 
2,3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Reception 3; Politi- 
cal Science Club 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Science Fair 4; Dramat- 
ics 1,3; Field Hockey 2,3. 

HELFEN, WILLIAM 

Key Club 3,4; Honor Society 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; Class 
President 1; Class Council 2,3,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Bonfire Committee 4; Boys' State Delegate 3; Smoke Sig- 
nals 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; 
Gymnastics 1. 

HENRICH, STEPHEN 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Baseball 1,2; Tennis 3,- 
4, Captain 3. 

HINTON, CAROLYN 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Choir 1,2,4; Fashion Show 1,2. 

HOLMES, WANDA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Se- 
nior Play 4; Future Nurses 4; Choir 1,2,3; Fashion Show 1,- 
2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,4, Co-Captain 4; Bowling 1. 

HUNT, SANDRA 

Basketball 1,4; Softball 1; Field Hockey 1; Gymnastics 1. 

HURD, ROY 

HURDER, BYRON 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Senior Play 4; Smoke Signals 1,2,4; 
Junior Classical League 3; French Club 3; Political Science 
Club 2; Dramatics 4; Cross Country 4; Bowling 3. 

HURKETT, STEPHEN 

JACOBSON, ROLF 

Class Council 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Band 1,- 
2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; Football 2,3,4. 

JONES, ARTHUR 

Science Fair 1; Gymnastics 1,2. 

JONES, BONNIE 

Honor Society 3,4; Class Council 1; Future Teachers 3,4; 
German-Russian Culture Club 4; Choir 1,4; Science Fair 4. 



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KAPOLCHOK, VICTORIA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Se- 
nior Play 4; Senior Reception 3; Choir 1,2; Art Club 4; 
Fashion Show 1,4; Football Cheerleading 2,3. 

READY, LINDA 

Honor Society 2,3; Class Council 1; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Choir 1,2; 
Fashion Show 4; Basketball 1,2,3. 



LANDRY, ELLEN 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Smoke Signals 4; French Club 
1; Political Science Club 3; Dramatics 4. 

LANDRY, RICHARD 

LARSEN, SANDRA 

Senior Play 4; Senior Reception 3; Chieftain Staff 4; Choir 
1,2,3; Fashion Show 2,3,4. 



KEELER, DOUGLAS 

Dance Committee 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; 
Chieftain Staff 4; Spanish Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Golf 2,- 
3,4. 

KENNEDY, CATHERINE 

Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3; Dramat- 
ics 4. 



LEMMER, BARBARA 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Senior Play 4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Gym- 
nastics 1. 

LEMMER, DAVID 

LEWIS, WARREN 

Honor Society 2,3. 




Science Fair enthusiast Gregory Morse is 
now an "A" student in Advanced Biology. 



Once a cheerleader — still a cheerleader 
— Denise Callegaro receives an award 
from Mrs. Sprague. 




KERR, EDWARD 



KOZAK, JOHN 

Class Council 1,3,4; Dance Committee 2,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; 
Bonfire Committee 4; Spanish Club 1, Vice-President; 
Science Fair 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 
1,2,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3; Bowling 3. 

KOZAK, PAUL 

Class Vice-President 4; Class Council 3; Dance Committee 
1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4; Spanish Club 1; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2; Track 4; Gymnas- 
tics 1,2,3; Bowling 3. 



LOUCKS, MARY 

Future Nurses 2,3; Junior Classical League 2; Spanish Club 
4. 

LOUCKS, MICHAEL 

Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Commit- 
tee 4; Smoke Signals 4; Junior Classical League 2,3,4; 
Model Car Club 2,3; Dramatics 4; Track 2,3,4; Cross- 
country 4. 

LOVE, BRIAN 

Model Car Club 2,3. 

LUKK, ANU LIISA 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Class Council 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Future Teachers 1,2; Chieftain Staff 3,- 



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4, Co-Editor 4; Junior Classical League 4; French Club 1,- 
2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; German-Russian Culture Club 4, 
President; Choir 1,2; Science Fair 1; Field Hockey 1, Man- 
ager 2; Dramatics 1. 

LUNN, RICHARD 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Bonfire Committee 4; Boys' State 

Alternate 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4. 

MACINNIS, CYNTHIA 

Junior Classical League 1,2; Choir 1,2; Dramatics 1. 

MANNING, STEPHEN 

MARTIN, GEORGE 

Hockey 1. 



MARTUCCI, DONNA 

Class Council 3,4; Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Senior 
Reception 3; Smoke Signals 4; Choir 1,2,4; Art Club 3,4; 
Dramatics 3. 

MASSEY, LYNNE 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Softball 
Manager 2; Field Hockey 2,4, Manager 3; Bowling 2. 

MAURITZ, JOHN 

Senior Play 4; Smoke Signals 1; Science Fair 1. 

MCGARRY, FRANCES 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Class Council 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Bonfire Committee 4; Chieftain Staff 3,4, Sports 
Editor 3, Senior Editor 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Field Hockey 1,- 
2,3,4, Co-Captain 4. 

MEEGAN, JEREMIAH 

Bonfire Committee 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,3,4. 

MEUNIER, RUSSELL 

Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 4. 

MICONI, DONNA 

Dance Committee 1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Reception 3; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Presi- 
dent 4; Future Teachers 4; Future Nurses 2,3; Chieftain 
Staff 3,4, Subscription Manager 4; Junior Classical League 
1,2, Treasurer 2; Political Science Club 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 4; Dramatics 2; Ski Club 3; Field Hockey 3. 

MORSE, GREGORY 

Junior Classical League 1,2; Choir 4. 

NAPIER, STEVEN 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Football 2,3,4; Track 2,4. 



NASON, BARBARA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
French Club 3,4; Choir 1; Football Cheerleading 1. 

NELSON, DAVID 

NEWHALL, GUY 

NICHOLS, JUDITH 

Class Council 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Junior Classi- 
cal League 1; Choir 1,2,4; Dramatics 3; Fashion Show 1; 
Cheerleading, Football 3,4, Basketball 2. 

OLIVA, DIANE 

Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 2,4; Smoke Signals 4; Span- 
ish Club 4; Science Fair 4; Fashion Show 1; Ski Club 3,4; 
Tennis 4. 

PACKARD, KATHLEEN 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Choir 1; Basketball Cheer- 
leading 1; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4. 

PAGE, JAMES 

PASQUANTONIO, TERRY 

Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 1; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4. 

PATTON, KATHRYN 

Dance Committee 1,3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 1,2,4; 
Chieftain Staff 3,4; Junior Classical League 1,2,4, Secretary 
2; German-Russian Culture Club 4, Treasurer; Political 
Science Club 4; Choir 1,2,3; Science Fair 1; Dramatics 2; 
Ski Club 3,4. 

PEARSON, KAREN 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Future 
Teachers 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Smoke Signals 1; Junior 
Classical League 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4, 
Secretary 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; 
Field Hockey 1. 

PELLETIER, COLLETTE 

Dance Committee 1,2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Girls' State Alternate 3; 
Future Teachers 1; Chieftain Staff 4, Undergraduate Edi- 
tor; French Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; German-Russian 
Culture Club 4; Choir 1,2,3; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Field 
Hockey 1,2, Manager 3. 

PELLETIER, ROBERT 

Honor Society 3,4, Vice-President 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Bonfire Committee 4; 
Football 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



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PELOQUIN, KATHLEEN 

Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 2,3; Science Fair 4; Fashion 
Show 1,4. 

PERICOLO, EDWARD 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 

PERRON, ROBERT 

PERRY, WILLIAM 

Class Council 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; Boys' State Dele- 
gate 3; Science Fair 1,4; Baseball 4. 

PEZOLD, THOMAS 

Football 3,4; Bowling 1. 

PHILPIN, LINDA 

Class Council 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 



PRESTON, DEBBIE 

Fashion Show 1,2. 

RAVINSKI, MARK 

Senior Play 4; Dramatics 3,4. 

REYBROCK, NICHOLAS 

Junior Classical League 1,2; German-Russian Culture Club 
3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Bowling 1,2. 

REYNOLDS, FREDERICK 

RICHARDSON, CHARLES 

Honor Society 2,3; Class Vice-President 1; Class Council 2; 
Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Se- 
nior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Bonfire Committee 
4; Boys' State Alternate 3; Student Council 3,4; Chieftain 
Staff 3,4, Events Editor 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; 
Hockey 1,2; Track 2. 




William Helfen, James Clark, and Rolf Ja- 
cobson were happy ninth graders. 



"Scooter Pie Lover" Winslow Schurman 
is now a successful vocational student. 




Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 1; Band 3, 
4; Choir 2,3,4; Fashion Show 3,4. 

PLANTE, MICHAEL 

Class Council 4; Student Council 3. 

PLUMER, MARY 

Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 3; Smoke Signals 4; Choir 1; 
Spanish Club 4; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Softball 3,4. 

POLES, EDWARD 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Bonfire Committee 4; Bowling 
2. 

PORTER, CHERYL 

Library Council 1; Choir 1. 



ROBINSON, CHERYL 

Choir 1; Spanish Club 1; Future Nurses 2; Drama Club 3; 
Senior Play 4. 

ROBINSON, JANE 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Fu- 
ture Teachers 1,2; Political Science Club 3; Ski Club 3; 
Political Science Club 3; Spanish Club 1; Science Fair 1; 
Fashion Show 2,4. 

ROCHE, SUSAN 

Future Nurses 2; Band 4; Fashion Show 3,4. 

ROGERS, MARGARET 

Class Council 2,3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 3,4; Chief- 



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tain Staff 4; Junior Classical League 1,2,4, Scribe 2; Politi- 
cal Science Club 3,4, President 4; Band 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 4; Ski Club 3,4. 

ROUILLE, LINDA 

Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Band 1; Choir 1; 
Fashion Show 3,4. 

ROWELL, ROBERTA 

Library Council 2,3,4. 

SACCO, NICHOLAS 

Football 3,4; Baseball 1,2. 

SCHICKLE, CAROLE 

Dance Committee 1; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Senior Reception 3; 
Chieftain Staff 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1; Fashion 
Show 1,2,4; Ski Club 3,4; Bowling 1,2. 

SCHURMAN, WINSLOW 

Class Council 1,2; Band 1; Science Fair 1; Ski Club 4; 
Football 1,2; Baseball 1; Hockey 1,4; Track 1; Gymnastics 
1,2; Bowling 1,2; Golf 2,3. 

SEMPLE, MARCIA 

Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Class Vice-President 3; 
Class Council 1,4; Dance Committee 1,2,3,4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3, Decoration Chairman; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Play 4; Girls' State Delegate 3; Chieftain 
Staff 3,4, Undergraduate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Band 
1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; Fashion Show 1; Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Softball 1; Field Hockey 1,2, Manager 3,4; 
Gymnastics 1. 

SHARON, ALICE \ 

Class Treasurer 3,4; Dance Committee 1; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; 
Future Teachers 1; Future Nurses 2,4; Smoke Signals 4; 
Choir 1; Science Fair 1,4. 



SIMPSON, MARY 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Class Council 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Play 4; Future Teachers 3; Chieftain Staff 
4; Smoke Signals 2,3; French Club 3,4; Political Science 
Club 3,4; Choir 1,2,3. 

SPRAGUE, KAREN 

Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 3; Junior Classical League 1; 
Choir 3,4; Fashion Show 2; Softball 1,2; Football Cheer- 
leading 2,3,4; Basketball Cheerleading 2; Gymnastics 1,2,3,- 
4, Treasurer 3. 

SPRAGUE, KAROL 

Class Council 3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3, Decoration 
Chairman; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1,2; French Club 1; Band 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Fashion Show 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 2; Basketball Cheerleading 
2,3,4, Captain 4. 

STASIS, ROBERT 

Class Council 1; Boys' State Alternate 3; Football 3,4, Co- 
Captain 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4. 

STEEL, GEORGE 

STOBBART, GEORGE 

Basketball 2; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4. 

STUART, LEE 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Class Council 2; Dance Committee 
2; Senior Play 4; Science Fair 1,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co- 
Captain 2; Softball 1; Tennis 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1. 

SUCH, MARGARET 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Se- 
nior Play 4; Future Teachers 1,2,3,4; Chieftain Staff 4; 
Smoke Signals 4; Junior Classical League 1,2,3,4, Second 
Consul 4; Political Science Club 3,4; Science Fair 2,4; Dra- 
matics 3,4; Ski Club 3,4. 



SHEEHAN, JANE 

Class Council 3; Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Senior Play 4; Senior 
Reception 3; Library Council 1,2; Future Teachers 4; 
Chieftain Staff 3,4; Smoke Signals 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Science 
Fair 4; Dramatics 4; Fashion Show 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Tennis 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4; 
Bowling 1. 

SHEPARD, GEORGE 

Senior Play 4; Junior Classical League 1; Science Fair 1,2. 

SHOBAKEN, RICHARD 

Ski Club 3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2,4; Track 3. 



SULLIVAN, THEODORE 

Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1. 

SUNDQUIST, CARL 

TODARO, JAMES 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; AVA Group 2; 
Chieftain Staff 4; Smoke Signals 4; Junior Classical League 
1,2,3,4, Praetor 3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Dramatics 3; Science 
Fair 4; Bowling 2. 

TOPHAM, LINDA 

Basketball 3; Bowling 2. 



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TOPHAM, ROBERT 

Baseball 4. 

TOURTILLOTTE, LINDA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Play 4; Future Nurses 3,4; Smoke Signals 4, Busi- 
ness Manager; Band 4; Choir 1,2,4; Fashion Show 2; 
Ski Club 3,4. 

TUCKER, LINDA 

Class Council 3; Dance Committee 1; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Senior Play 4; Library Council 1,2,3,4; Chieftain 
Staff 4; Choir 1,2; Fashion Show 1,2,3,4. 

TWARDZICKI, CHESTER 

Bonfire Committee 4; French Club 1; Football 1,2,3; Base- 
ball 1; Hockey 1,2; Track 1,2; Cross Country 1,3. 

TWARDZICKI, NAIDA 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Senior Reception 



League 2,3,4, Scribe 3; French Club 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; 
Science Fair 2. 

WELIK, MICHAEL 

Class Council 2; Dance Committee 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Bonfire Committee 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Golf 3. 

WHITE, BERNICE 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Softball 1,2, Manager 3; Field 
Hockey 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2, Manager 3,4; Bowling 2. 

WICKMAN, GUY 

Honor Society 1,2,3,4; Class President 2; Class Council 1,3; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Bonfire Committee 4; Boys' State Delegate 3; Football 1; 
Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. 

WIKLUND, CYNTHIA 

Class Council 3; Dance Committee 1,2; Junior Prom Corn- 




Trite but true — "the proof of the pud- 
ding is in the eating" — all of these ninth 
grade class officers, Paula Hefron, Lee 
Stuart, Donna Woolford, an Robert Pelle- 
tier, will end their senior year with a bit 
of glory. 



Ninth grade hopeful Frances McGarry 
ended her field hockey career as top scorer. 




3; Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Future Teachers 1,2,- 
3,4; French Club 2,3,4; German-Russian Culture Club 4; 
Choir 1,2,3; Dramatics 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball 
Cheerleading 2. 

VELINO, LAWRENCE 

Baseball 4; Chef's Club 1. 

WALLACE, DEBORAH 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Se- 
nior Play 4; Chieftain Staff 4, Art Editor; French Club 1,3; 
Political Science Club 3,4; Science Fair 1; Dramatics 3,4; 
Fashion Show 2,4; Ski Club 3; Basketball 1,2,3. 

WATSON, JEFFREY 

Football 3,4; Track 2,4. 

WATSON, KAREN 

Future Teachers 1; Chieftain Staff 4; Junior Classical 



mittee 3; Senior Play 4; Senior Reception 3; Future Teach- 
ers 1; Chieftain Staff 3,4; Modern Language Club 1; Ger- 
man-Russian Culture Club 4; Political Science Club 4, 
Vice-President; Choir 1,2,3,4; Science Fair 1; Dramatics 2,- 
3; Basketball Manager 3; Softball 1; Field Hockey 1,2,3; 
Gvmnastics 1; Basketball Cheerleadinsi 4. 

WOODWARD, DAVID 

Student Council 2,3; Smoke Signals 4; Junior Classical 
League 1,2,3,4; Bowling 2,3. 

WOOLFORD, DONNA 

Class Secretary 3; Class Council 1,2; Dance Committee 1,- 
2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 
4; Senior Play 4; Senior Reception 3; Future Teachers 1,2; 
Chieftain Staff 3,4; Smoke Signals 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,- 
2,3 4; Science Fair 1,2; Dramatics 1,2,3; Fashion Show 1,2, 
3,4; Field Hockey 1,4; Football Cheerleading 3; Gymnas- 
tics 1. 



137 



Personnel Index 



ALTER, ELEANOR REED 
ARRICK, CAROL - 12 



12, 34 



B 



7 



BAILEY, PRISCILLA 
BAILEY, RUTH - 7 
BARNES, PRISCILLA - 13, 52 
BINNEY, ALYCE - 11 
BLACK, JAMES - 12 
BOWDEN, RENNIE -11, 86 
BOYNTON, MARCIA - 14 
BRENNAN, CATHERINE - 8 
BRENNAN, HELEN - 22 
BRENNAN, WILLIAM - 13, 14 
BROOKS, EUGENE - 64 
BROWN, EDWARD - 7 
BURRY, HARRY - 14 



GALLIPEAU, FRANCIS - 13, 22, 49 
GUILLETTE, RICHARD - 13, 50 



H 



HADJIYANNIS, KATHERINE - 13, 86 

HALEY, JOHN - 7 

HALLETT, MARY - 7 

HAMILTON, STANLEY - 9 

HARDING, RAYMOND - 20 

HART, ARTHUR - 20 

HARTLEY, THOMAS - 16, 33, 62, 63, 67, 68, 87, 92 

HILL, MILDRED - 7 

HILL, RAYMOND - 15, 55, 65, 88, 89 

HOLMES, EVA - 7 



INTASI, PASQUALE - 11 



PAGLIONE, ANTHONY - 14 
PENSAVALLE, CONRAD - 8, 63, 64, 87, 92 
PERRY, ROBERT - 14 
PERRY, VELMA -11 
PERSON, SUZANNE - 13 
PETRALIA, ELIZABETH - 12, 42 
PFEFFER, PAULINE - 18 
PIERPONT, WILLIAM - 11 
POPPER, BARBARA - 12 



QUINLAN, SENATOR JOHN - 50 

R 

RISHTON, GILBERT - 19 
ROBBINS, JOHN - 17, 22, 75 
RUSSELL, LORNA - 13, 52 



CABRAL, ANTONE - 20 
CANDELLA, JULIUS - 11 
CARR, ROBERT - 7 
CHURCH, ALICE - 12, 44, 45 
CIMINI, LORETTA - 13 
CONNORS, MARCIA - 16, 76, 80 
COSENTINO, MICHAEL - 16, 74 
COSTELLO, LUCY - 13, 51 
CREIGHTON, ROBERT - 14, 48 
CUMMINGS, CLAYTON - 11 
CURRAN, LOIS - 15 

D 

DAVIS, MADELINE - 9 
DENON, EDWARD - 15 
DESROSIER'S, GERARD - 20, 21 
DIRE, ANTONE - 14, 25 
DiSCIULLO, ELIZABETH - 11 
DWYER, JOHN - 13 
DZELZITIS, VALENTINA - 13, 127 



EATON, DAVID - 6,92 
EDWARDS, MILDRED - 17, 45 



FEELEY, PAUL - 68, 69, 72, 73 
FERNEY, JAMES - 13, 93 
FERNEY, PATRICIA - 12 
FIELDS, FRANCIS - 11 
FISHER, LYDIA - 14 
FITZPATRICK, CATHERINE - 12, 13 
FLAHERTY, MARGARET - 14, 43, 112 
FRANKL, SPENCER, D.M.D. - 10 
FRANKLIN, BARBARA - 7 
FRIEL, MARSHA - 12 



JAMESON, A. WHITMAN - 11 



K 

READY, MARGARET - 10, 46 
KELLEHER, MARY - 12, 47 
KIBLER, GLEN - 14, 92, 93 



LAMBERT, JEFFREY - 14, 93 
LEPERE, WILLIAM - 14 
LERNER, LAURENCE - 14 
LoGRASSO, WINONA - 15 

M 

MANOS, CHARLES - 6, 84, 86, 92 
MANTECA, CLARA - 13 
MAJOR, EDMUND - 11 
MATAKANSKI, GRACE - 11 

McCarthy, marion - n 

McCOMB, HUGH - 13, 71, 75 
MITCHELL, DOROTHY - 7 
MITCHELL, VIRGINIA - 11 
MORGAN, EDWARD - 14 
MURPHY, CECELIA - 17, 46 

N 

NELSON, WALTER - 7 
NICKERSON, CARLTON - 15 
NICKERSON, GEORGE - 14 

O 



OLIVIER, NORMAN 
O'REGAN, FRANCIS 



19, 48 



SCHWORK, STELLA - 14 
SHEEHAN, KATHERINE - 7 
SHERLOCK, SHIRLEY - 18 
SKULLEY, WILLIAM - 14 
SMITH, HELEN - 7 
SPRAGUE, MARILYN - 133 
STAHL, MARGARET - 18 
SULLIVAN, SHEILA - 12 
SUMNER, DAVID - 19 
SZCZEPANIAK, GENEVIEVE - 14 



TABOR, FRED - 20 
TELLIS, SUSAN - 15 
TITUS, PRESTON - 21 
TOKAZ, RITA - 17, 48 
TOLLEY, ELIZABETH - 17 
TOURTILLOTTE, DONNA - 20 



VAILLANCOURT, CHARLES - 14, 94 
VAN DER BEURGHE, JAN - 13 
VOEGTLEIN, MARY - 22 

W 

WALLACE, MILDRED - 13, 43, 52 
WEINMANN, ANITA - 13 
WEXLER, GAIL - 12, 42 
WHITE, CLARA - 11 
WHITE, WALTER - 6 
WIGNALL, LUCY - 11 
WILCOX, PATRICIA - 16, 82 
WILLARD, CURTIS - 11 
WINTER, CHARLES - 7 



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THE 
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Student Index 



A 



Aliberti, David - 109, 110 

Allaire, Marsha — 103 

Allaire, Sharon - 115, 121 

Allen, John - 109 

Allen, William - 115 

Alsworth, Carla - 56, 103 

Alsworth, Marsha - 46, 52, 58, 77, 115 

Ames, Marcia — 121 

Anderson, James — 93 

Anderson, Linda — 57, 109 

Andrade, Donald - 103 

Andrade, Ronald — 103 

Andrade, Ruth - 115 

Angell, Deborah - 109 

Annis, James — 103 

Annis, George — 121 

Annis, Shelia — 115 

Apostle, Mark — 115 

Apostle, Stacey — 98 

Armen, Christopher — 98 

Armitage, Linda — 109 

Armitage, Richard — 121 

Armitage, Robert — 115 

Arno, Cindie — 47, 115 

Arno, James — 98 

Ashman, Robert — 115 

Ashworth, Carol - 78, 121 

Assetta, Louise — 25 

Assetta, Mark — 109 

Atwell, Margaret — 121 

Atwell, Phyllis - 115 

Atwell, Ronald - 109 

Aube, Dwight - 103 

Auciello, Dianne — 103 

Auciello, Dianne — 103 

Auld, Alice - 121 

Autbelet, Cristine — 109 

B 

Babel, Albert - 109 

Babel, Elizabeth - 109 

Bailey, Barbara — 49 

Bailey, Howard — 115 

Bailey, Linda - 57, 109 

Bailey, Pauline — 98 

Baima, Donald — 25 

Baima, Richard — 25 

Baker, Janet - 58, 103 

Baker, Richard — 115 

Baker, Robert — 115 

Bamberry, Ellen - 43, 47, 50, 77, 115 

Bamberry, Martha — 98 

Bankert, Dianne — 103 

Bankert, Donna - 64, 121 

Barber, James — 98 

Barber, William - 50, 115 

Bardwell, Peter - 121 

Barnaby, Steven — 103 

Barnes, Barbara - 57, 77, 109 

Barnett, Michael - 109 

Barnett, Patricia — 103 

Barrett, Jeffrey - 57, 115 

Barrett, Kathleen — 115 

Barrett, Rae - 98 

Barrows, Beth — 25, 57 

Barstow, Kathleen — 103 

Batalon, Norman — 121 

Baxter, Joan - 52, 115 

Beach, James — 98 

Beauchemin, Arlene - 25, 47, 52, 53, 59, 94 

Beauchemin, Barbara - 47, 50, 58, 115, 116, 120 

Beauchemin, Cynthia - 58, 80, 121 

Beaudette, Guy - 25, 63, 65, 72 

Beaver, Sheila — 109 

Bedard, Charles - 52, 121, 127 

Beek, Dian - 46, 122 

Begor, Beverly — 80 

Benedetti, Mary - 58, 98 

Bennett, Mary — 103 

Beresford, Jane - 49, 58, 88, 89, 109 

Bergevine, Deborah — 58, 103 

Berghelli, Edward - 109 

Bergman, John — 198 

Bergman, Marcia — 43, 52, 115 

Bernardini, Michael — 98 

Bernier, George — 98 

Betts, Jane - 115 

Bigelow, Mark - 43, 52, 122 



Binney, Henry — 103 

Binney, Laurence — 67, 107 

Binney, Richard - 25, 63, 67, 74 

Binney, Susan - 77, 78, 109 

Binney, Virginia - 47, 50, 52, 76, 80, 115 

Birmingham, Charles — 25 

Bissell, Stephen - 122 

Blair, Annette — 115 

Blair, Charles - 109 

Blaisdell, Shirley - 46, 48, 54, 64, 122 

Blanchard, Patricia — 98 

Blazic, Brenda - 25, 37, 76, 78 

Blazic, Dianne - 78, 109 

Blazic, Theresa — 116 

Blood, Martha - 109 

Boehm, Charles — 56, 116 

Bond, Deborah - 43, 47, 52, 85, 116 

Bond, Susan - 57, 103, 104, 108 

Boone, Harry — 116 

Bormet, Dorothy — 109 

Bormet, George — 98 

Boschen, Jan — 98 

Boschen, Martin — 109 

Bostrom, Nancy — 103, 105 

Boucher, Janice - 25, 42, 44, 50, 52, 54, 59 

Boucher, Kathleen — 98 

Boudreau, Althen — 122 

Boudreau, Frances — 46, 116 

Boudreau, Willis - 96 

Boulter, Reeve - 103 

Bourque, Francis — 26 

Bourque, Mary — 103 

Boutilier, Wendy - 54, 109 

Bowden, Winsor - 26, 71, 90, 96, 131 

Bowie, Mary — 98 

Brassard, Lawrence — 98 

Breitbart, Lizabeth - 57, 103, 104, 107 

Bremilst, Richard - 109 

Bremilst, Robert — 116 

Bremilst, Ruth - 98 

Brennan, Elizabeth — 98 

Briere, Donna - 47, 58, 109 

Briere, Joyce — 122 

Briere, Leo - 59, 72, 72, 122 

Briere, Linda — 26 

Briere, Mark - 103 

Brooks, George - 21, 63, 122 

Brower, Theresa — 103 

Brown, Alan - 109 

Brown, Debra — 103 

Brown, Donna — 122 

Brown, Karen — 98 

Brown, Kristine - 43, 52, 55, 57, 77, 82, 122, 

125 
Brown, Mary Beth - 26, 82 
Brown, Norman — 49, 103 
Brown, Susan — 57, 109 
Brown, Virginia - 64, 78, 116, 120 
Brown, Warren — 98 
Brundage, James — 116 
Brundage, Wayne — 116 
Brvant, George — 26 
Bryant, Kristine - 78, 109 
Bryant, Leslie - 109 
Budd, Cynthia - 109 
Budd, William - 116 
Burnett, Peter — 26, 72 
Burnett, Richard - 109 
Burt, Judith - 10, 76, 80, 81, 82, 122 
Burt, Katherine - 109 
Burt, Mary - 47 
Burt, Roy - 74, 75 
Burt, Wayne - 98 
Burton, Constance — 122 
Burton, Mark - 57, 109 
Burton, Wendy — 116 
Busby, Norman — 98 
Bushell, Heidi - 59, 122 
Bushell, Stephanie — 116 
Button, Alan - 56, 110 



Cadorette, Suzanne — 98 
Cady, Christopher - 87, 1 10 
Cady, Karen - 98 
Cady, Mark - 116 
Cain, Beverly - 47, 116 
Caldon, Barbara — 26 
Callahan, Donald - 98 
Callahan, Geraldine — 98 



Callegaro, Denise - 24, 26, 64, 91, 133 

Callegaro, Ernest — 113 

Campilio, Michael — 110 

Candage, Judith — 98 

Canning, Charlyn — 103 

Cannon, Theresa — 103 

Canole, Glennis - 45, 80, 122 

Canole, Joseph — 110 

Card, Donna - 58, 103 

Cardacie, Lawrence — 98 

Carlson, Ellen - 24, 26, 42, 45, 52, 56, 59, 76, 
90 

Carlson, Neil - 55, 57, 110 

Carlson, Robert - 52, 116, 119, 120 

Carpenter, Dianne - 58, 77, 78, 110, 111 

Carpenter, Joyce — 98 

Caron, Norm and — 26 

Carr, Patricia — 27 

Carr, Paula - 109, 111 

Carr, William - 63, 71, 111 

Carter, Debora — 98 

Carter, Michael — 98 

Carter, Steven — 110 

Carter, Valerie - 58, 103 

Cartier, Annette — 98 

Cartier, Jeanne - 43, .50, 52, 58, 116 

Carver, Carol Ann — 110 

Casey, Hope — 98 

Catalano, Paul — 122 

Chabot, Janice — 122 

Chabot, Mary - 77, 116 

Chabot, Sally - 98 

Chaffee, Michael - 110 

Chamillard, Carol — 98 

Chapin, Robert — 116 

Chaput, Rebecca — 99 

Chartrand, Paul - 116 

Chase, Donna — 103 

Chase, Kenneth — 99 

Chase, Meredith - 58, 1 10 

Chase, Wesley — 116 

Cheney, Clyde - 110 

Cheney, Peter — 122 

Chisholm, Alpin — 110 

Chisholm, John — 99 

Choma, Carol - 48, 110 

Choma, John — 122 

Christensen, David - 43, 63, 121, 122 

Christensen, Jean — 99 

Christy, William - 103 

Church, Philip - 122 

Church, Robin - 99 

Clark, James - 27, 48, 57, 63, 64, 72, 91, 135 

Clark, June - 51, 58, 89, 110 

Clarke, Nancy - 116 

Clow, Dana - 99 

Cobb, Charles - 99 

Cobb, Paul - 110 

Coles, Stephen — 99 

Colley, Faith - 103 

Collins, Barbara - 103, 110 

Collins, Janice - 43, 45, 47, 52, 57, 122, 124 

Collins, Monica - 99, 100 

Collins, Sharon — 99 

Conant, Paul — 116 

Connor, Catherine — 58, 99 

Connors, Judith - 46, 47, 122, 126 

Connors, Martha - 58, 98, 99 

Conrad, James - 103, 104 

Conrad, William - 99, 102 

Conroy, Daniel — 99 

Conway, Kathleen — 103 

Cook, Edith - 58, 77, 110, 111 

Cook, Linda - 103 

Cooney, Derith — 27 

Cooney, Paul - 49, 103 

Cooney, Sheila — 27 

Cooper, Alden — 1 16 

Cooper, Dana — 122 

Cooper, David - 56, 110 

Cooper, Harry, 27 

Cooper, Michael — 99 

Cooper, Steven — 103 

Cooper, Wayne — 27 

Cornell, Donna — 99 

Costa, Anthony — 99 

Costa, Brenda'- 103 

Costa, Carol - 1 10 

Costa, Linda - 43, 116 

Coughlin, Virginia - 43, 47, 86, 116 

Coughlin, Mr. and Mrs. William — 86 



Cox, Alfred - 103 

Crafts, Patricia - 58, 89, 99 

Crane, Cheryl - 27, 82 

Crawford, Michael — 99 

Crawford, William - 27, 70, 71 

Cribby, Janet - 99 

Crichton, Ethan - 99 

Cronin, George — 103 

Cronin, Joan — 58, 99 

Cronin, Kathleen - 58, 99 

Croswell, Robert - 43, 49, 52, 115, 116, 117 

Croswell, Susan - 27, 42, 44, 52, 54 

Croswell, Thomas - 43, 67, 122 

Crowell, Ralph - 110 

Cummings, Bruce — 57, 69, 116 

Cummings, Douglas — 63, 122 

Currier, Joseph — 103 

Curtis, Anne - 43, 52, 80, 122 

Curtis, Elizabeth - 60, 77, 80, 82, 116 

Curtis, John - 99 

D 

Dale, Richard - 99 

Daley, Noreen — 43, 116 

Dalghren, Christine — 110 

Dalghren, Leslie - 43, 45, 47, 52, 54, 122, 127 

Daniels, David — 116 

Daniels, Linda — 104 

Daniels, Stephen — 104 

Darling, Evelyn — 27 

Darling, Lester — 104 

Darling, Patricia — 104 

Darling, Robert - 27 

Da Via, Jean - 104 

DaVia, Michelle - 27, 80 

DaVia, Peter - 116, 43, 48 

Davin Coleen - 99, 58 

Davin, Michael — 116 

Davin, Niel 54, 116 

Davin, Patricia - 27, 45, 47, 50 

Davis, Deborah — 116 

Davis, Edward — 110 

Davis, Howard — 122 

Davis, Jonathan — 28 

Davis, Warren — 28 

DeChristafaro, Dianne — 110 

DeChristafaro, Gail - 122 

DeHaas, Karel - 99 

DeLairarro, Paula - 43, 48, 49, 76, 80, 117 

DeLaiarro, Vincent — 104 

Delaney, Mary Jane - 9, 25, 28, 29, 45, 64, 96 

Deptula, Helen - 122 

Desalvo, Kim — 117 

Deschamps, David — 99 

Deschamps, Gail — 117 

Deshetres, Leo — 104, 49 

Despar, Ronald — 110 

Desplaines, Robert — 104 

Dias, Steven - 104 

Dias, William - 117, 63, 69 

DiBattista, Jeanne Ann — 59, 117 

DiBattista, Paul - 99 

Dietrich, Karen — 58 

Diette, Rebecca — 117 

DiGiantimaso, Dianne — 110 

Dileonardo, Paula — 104 

Disciullo, Margaret — 99 

Disnard, Michael — 99 

Dittrich, Karen - 89, 99 

Doak, Susan - 122 

Doiron, Diane - 43, 47, 104, 117 

Donnelly, Daniel — 99 

Donovan, John — 104 

Dore, David - 56, 110 

Doucette, Annette — 28 

Doucette, George — 104 

Doucette, Kathleen — 110 

Dow, Gary - 99 

Downing, Kevin — 123 

Downing, Louis — 28 

Downing, Michelle — 110 

Dovle, Arlene - 103, 104 

Doyle, Diane - 52, 47, 43, 82, 117 

Doyle, Harold - 28 

Draheim, Peter — 28 

DuFour, Cynthia - 82, 110 

DuFour, Rene - 123 

Duhy, JoAnne — 104 

Duhy, Paul - 1 17 

Dumont, Carl - 99 

Dumont, Paula - 117, 46 

Dunn, Kenneth — 110 

Dunn, Paticia - 99 

Durkin, Harry - 104 

Dusty, Carolyn — 57, 104 



Dusty, Lawrence — 99 
Dynan, Lynn - 51, 115, 117 
Dziurdz, Carol — 104 

E 

Earle, Deborah — 28 

Easterbrooks, David — 99 

Easterbrooks, Linda — 110 

Easterbrooks, William — 51, 117 

Eaton, Barbara - 51, 59, 123 

Eaton, Roger — 51, 110 

Eden, Mark - 60, 110 

Edwards, David - 110 

Edwards, Robert - 110 

Ehnes, Barbara — 99 

Eisner David — 99 

Eisner, Ronald - 43, 52, 123, 124, 159 

Ellis, Darlene - 99 

Ellis, Patricia - 104 

Ellis, William - 110 

Emerson, Bonnie - 77, 82, 123 

Energren, Edbury — 99 

England, Mark — 104 

Enos, Stephen — 99 

Estano, Valerie — 104 

Evans, Elaine - 110, 48 

Evans, Ernest — 110 

Evans, Jonathan — 99 

Everett, Patricia — 45, 117 



Faille, Kathleen - 110 

Fairbanks, Vernon — 104 

Falcone, Daniel - 48, 104 

Farquharson, Robert — 99 

Farrar, David - 71, 123 

Faucett, David - 104 

Faulkner, Donald — 75 

Fawcett, Robert - 110 

Fenton, Susan - 43, 48, 77, 80, 117 

Fenton, Terry - 63, 123 

Ferragamo, Michael — 49, 104 

Field, Linda - 47, 58, 104 

Figaratto, Albert - 104 

Figaratto, Donna — 99 

Figaratto, Jean — 111 

Figaratto, Joseph - 28, 33, 63, 64, 65, 74 

Fillmore, Cynthia — 111 

Finanse, John — 99 

Fink, Elaine - 104 

Fink, Robert - 94, 117 

Finley, Peter - 24, 28, 26, 42, 44, 62, 63, 67, 74, 

131 
Finley, James — 74, 75 
Finley, Timothy — 104 
Firth, Glen - 55, 86, 112 
Firth, Lori - 86, 99, 105 
Firth, Robert - 111 
Firth, Mr. and Mrs. Robert - 86 
Fisher, Daniel - 99 
Fisher, Donna — 117 
Fisher, Raymond — 56, 111 
Fisher, Ross - 104 
Fisher, Robert - 72, 123 
Fitzgerald, Donna - 64, 78, 117 
Fitzgerald, James — 99 
Fitzpatrick, Alice — 99 
Flanagan, John - 87, 94, 117 
Flanagan, Mary Ellen — 94 
Flesses, Deborah — 99 
Florio, Albert - 28 
Flynn, Arthur - 29 
Foley, Patricia — 104 
Fountain, Jo-Anne — 100 
Fortier, Janice — 99 
Franklin, Kevin — 111 
Franklin, Cheryl - 90, 91 
Frederiksen, Janet - 52, 76, 82, 123 
French, Jean - 58, 100 
French, Linda — 104 
French, Walter - 74, 75 
Fuller, Linda - 54, 110, 111 



Gade, Marcia - 29 

Gade, Ronald - 111 

Gardner, Natalie - 46, 54, 59, 123 

Gaudreau, Lucille — 104 

Gehman, Gale - 48, 76, 80, 82, 123 

Geishecker, Andrew — 100 

Geishecker, Stephen - 51, 67, 116, 117, 120 

Geishecker, Susan — 111 

Gentile, Lee - 104 

Giannetti, Robert - 29 



Gilchrist, Jeannette - 29, 47, 58, 59, 94 

Gilchrist, Kenneth - 100 

Gilligan, John - 123 

Gilligan, Nancy — 111 

Gilmore, Robert - 60, 69, 111 

Gilpatrick, Sue Ellen - 29 

Gledhill, Edith - 45, 123 

Gledhill, James - 111 

Glennon, James — 100 

Glenn on, Leo — 104 

Goguen, Alan — 111 

Goodman, Carolyn - 43, 52, 77, 82, 123, 125 

Goodman, Kenneth — 100 

Goodnight, Bradford - 100 

Goodnight, Sybil - 100 

Goodwin, Frederick — 90 

Gookin, Leslie - 29, 46, 126 

Gookin, Thomas — 100 

Gould, Kathleen - 117 

Gould, Sandra - 123 

Goulette, Raymond — 117 

Goulett, Roberta - 117 

Gowen, Barbara — 100 

Gowen, Bernard — 111 

Gowen, Linda - 80, 117 

Graham, Mary Ann — 123 

Grant, Gregory — 117 

Grant, Lewis — 111 

Grant, Linda — 111 

Grasso, Kurt — 111 

Grato, Rosemary — 117 

Graves, Barry - 100 

Graves, Christine — 100 

Green, Roberta — 29 

Greene, Cynthia - 58, 100, 101 

Greene, George — 29, 63 

Greene, Hector — 123 

Griffin, Gail - 111 

Grogan, Francis — 117 

Grue, Patricia - 100 

Grzenda, David - 117, 123 

Grzenda, Joan — 82 

Guay, Barbara — 117 

Guay, Kenneth - 49, 104 

Guay, Roy - 49, 72, 123 

Gucwa, Cheryl - 104 

Gucwa, Leslie — 117 

Gundlach, Bradley - 104 

Gundlach, William - 100 

Gustafson, Cheryl - 104 

Guy, Brenda - 104 

H 

Haase, Howard - 51, 71, 116, 117 

Habicht, John - 111 

Haire, Irene — 29 

Hallett, Kathleen - 123 

Hallett, William - 71, 111 

Hallett, John - 29, 70, 71 

Hamaty, Virgil — 104 

Hamilton, Dianne - 9, 24, 25, 30, 42, 54, 77, 82, 

96 
Hancock, Priscilla — 123 
Handy, Susan — 100 
Hapenny, Arthur — 104 
Harmon, Ray — 100 
Harnden, Cheryl - 100 
Harnois, Devis — 100 
Harper, Penelope — 30 
Harper, Rita — 30 
Harper, Richard - 56, 86, 104 
Harrington, Charles — 111 
Harrington, David — 105 
Harris, Michael — 111 
Harris, Robert - 117 
Haskins, Sherwood - 50, 70, 71, 116, 118 
Hatch, Dana - 123, 125 
Hatch, Eric - 30, 63, 64, 96 
Hatt, Wayne - 123 
Hatt, Alan - 11 
Hatt, Dale - 118 
Hawkins, Daniel — 111 
Haworth, Robert — 72 
Hay den, George — 105 
Hayden, Victoria — 58 
Hayes, Robert - 105, 106 
Hazlett, Pauline - 58, 118 
Hearon, Pamela — 123 
Hearon, Stephen — 111 
Hearon, Susan — 105 
Heath, David - 56, 111 
Heath, Douglas - 30 
Hefron, Paula - 30, 45, 50, 54, 58, 137 
Heinz, Kathleen - 118 
Helfen, William - 24, 30, 34, 42, 43, 67, 84, 90, 

96 



Hemmingsen, Sandra — 100 
Henrich, Jan - 58, 99, 100 
Henrich, Stephen - 9, 30, 42 
Heon, Cheryl - 118 
Hession, William — 74, 75 
Heylin, Donald - 118 
Heylin, Thomas — 118 
Heylin, William - 105 
Hill, Brayton - 67 
Hill, Dana - 43, 72, 123 
Hill, Raymond — 56 
Hill, Thomas - 111 
Hinton, Carolyn — 30, 58 
Hinton, Stephen — 91 
Hoar, Patricia - 58, 88, 100 
Hobbs, Bruce - 123 
Hobbs, Edmund - 100 
Hobbs, Joan - 60, 111 
Hobbs, Walter - 94 
Hodson, Faith - 78, 118 
Hoftman, George — 105 
Holmes, Wanda - 30, 37, 46, 76 
Holske, Helen - 118 
Holske. Hope - 118 
Holt, Pollyanna - 100 
Hopkins, Robert - 118 
Horton, Deborah - 100 
Horton, Nancy — 118 
Howard, Nancy - 48, 54, 58 
Howell, Nancy - 50, 56, 58, 118 
Howell, Jeanne — 58, 105 
Hume, Rosemary — 105 
Hunt, James — 111 
Hunt, Sandra — 31 
Hurd, Roy - 30, 31 
Hurder, Byron - 31, 43, 59 
Hurder, David - 111 
Hurkett, Patricia - 77, 111 
Hurkett, Stephen — 31 
Hussey, Debra — 100 
Hussey, George — 55, 105 
Hussey, Sharon — 46, 51, 115 
Hutchinson, James — 105 
Hutchinson, John — 111 
Hutchinson, Lorrie — 43, 118 



Ireland, Linda — 111 



I 



J 



Jacobson, Bruce — 51, 69, 111 

Jacobson, Rolf - 24, 31, 57, 63, 135 

Johnson, Linda — 50, 111 

Johnston, Bruce — 105 

Johnston, Janice - 43, 64, 80, 121, 122, 123 

Johnston, Marcia — 100 

Jones, Arthur — 31 

Jones, Bonnie - 31, 42, 47, 54, 58 

Jones, Paula — 100 

Jordan, Elaine — 105 

Jordan, Mary Ellen — 58, 111 

Jordan, William — 111 

Jost, Douglas — 118 

Jost, Robert - 112 

Jost, Pamela - 100 

Joyce, William - 100 

Julewicz, Alexander — 110, 112 

Julewicz, Rebecca — 100 



K 



Kaine, Kathryn - 103, 105 

Kaine, Marilyn — 118 

Kapolchok, Victoria - 31, 94 

Katapodis, Donna — 23 

Katapodis, George — 105 

Keady, Linda - 31, 131 

Keeler, Deborah - 55, 57, 77, 110, 112 

Keeler, Douglas - 31, 45, 53, 63 

Keenan, Joudrie — 90, 123 

Keighley, Carol - 118 

Kelley, Deborah - 105 

Kelly, James - 100 

Kelly, Karen - 112 

Kelly, Katherine - 112 

Kelly, Patrice - 100 

Kelly, Robert - 118 

Kempton, Albert - 123, 127 

Kempton, Mariesa — 100 

Kempton, Sarah - 48, 58, 77, 82, 112 

Kenig, George — 112 

Kennedy, Catherine — 31 

Kennerson, John — 105 

Kenneston, Robert — 72 



Kerr, Edward — 31 
Kettell, Cindy - 105 
Kettell, David - 112 
Kettell, Edward - 100 
Keyes, Lawrence — 56, 105 
Killion, James - 92, 93 
Klagge, David - 112, 118 
Klagge, James — 105 
Knauber, Constance — 58, 112 
Knauber, Donald - 100 
Knight, Beverly - 105 
Knight, Linda — 112 
Knight, Robert - 112 
Knowles, Patricia - 46, 123 
Knowles, Raymond — 43, 57, 118 
Koch, Dennis - 100 
Koch, Robert - 105 
Kohut, Cheryl - 58, 100 
Kolseth, Bernard - 112 
Kolseth, Karen - 123 
Kolseth, Richard - 105 
Konetchy, Douglas — 112 
Konetchy, Linda - 58, 100 
Kotros, Gary — 105 
Kozak, David - 105 
Kozak, Janice — 100 
Kozak, John - 24, 32, 63, 91, 136 
Kozak, Paul - 24, 32, 53, 63, 91 



Lacasse, Roseann — 105 

Lally, William - 105 

Lambert, Alice - 46, 64, 80, 123, 125 

Lambert, Barbara - 58, 104, 106 

Lambert, Daniel — 112 

Lambert, Irene - 104, 106 

Lambert, Nancy — 123 

Lambert, Teresa - 78, 80, 121, 123 

Landry, Daniel — 100 

Landry, Ellen - 32 

Landry, Karen — 106 

Landry, Paul - 112 

Landry, Richard - 21, 30, 32 

Lanergan, Mary — 106 

Lang, Edward — 72 

Lang, Linda - 43, 55, 57, 76, 82, 123 

Lang, Steven — 100 

Langdon, Linda — 58, 106 

Langille, Candace - 46, 50, 51, 118 

Langley, Catherine - 43, 47, 52, 118 

Langley, Earl - 106 

Lanteigne, Robert — 106 

LaPierre, Christine — 106 

LaPierre, Leo — 106 

LaPierre, Robert — 118 

LaPointe, Bradford - 106 

LaPointe, Nancy - 52, 77, 123, 125 

Larrabee, Deborah — 100 

Larrabee, Marilyn - 43, 82, 118 

Larsen, Cynthia — 106 

Larsen, Richard — 106 

Larsen, Sandra — 32 

Larsen, William - 72, 118 

Lasky, David - 71, 123 

Laughman, Dennis — 112 

Laughman, Kathy — 118 

Laverty, Dennis — 106 

LeBlanc, Catherine — 112 

LeBlanc, Patricia — 100 

LeBlanc, Thomas - 100 

Legge, Preston — 112 

Legge, Roni — 106 

Lemire, Douglas — 43, 52, 123 

Lemkins, Ingrida — 46, 124 

Lemmer, Barbara — 32, 42, 80 

Lemmer, David — 32 

Leonard, Spring — 100 

Leppert, Christine — 106 

Leutzinger, Karen — 58 

Leutzinger, Kurt — 69 

Leverone, Barbara — 112 

Leverone, Richard — 124 

Lewicki, Catherine — 100 

Lewicki, Walter - 118 

Lewis, Kevin - 69, 112 

Lewis, Waren — 32 

Lind, Robin - 100 

Lighty, Christine — 58 

Littleton, Laura - 105, 106 

Littleton, Robert - 124 

Lockwood, Dana — 118 

Lockwood, Darrell — 100 

Lockwood, Richard — 124 

Logan, Susan — 52, 115, 118 

Lomasney, Joan - 43, 49, 77, 82, 117, 118 



Long, Thomas — 112 

Long, Timothy — 118 

Looney, Donna — 100 

Lord, Pamela - 50, 59, 124 

Loring, Linda — 118 

Lorusso, Anthony — 106 

Lorusso, Carmine — 57, 112 

Loucks, Mary - 32, 46 

Loucks, Michael - 32, 72, 51, 59 

Love, Brian — 32 

Lukk, Anu-Liisa - 16, 32, 42, 44, 51, 52, 

54 
Lukk, Susan - 57, 103, 106 
Lumnah, Darleen — 118 
Lumnah, Laure - 52, 54, 59, 124 
Lumnah, Raymond — 100 
Lunn, Michael — 106 

Lunn, Richard - 33, 38, 42, 67, 68, 96, 131 
Lunn, Sharon — 84 
Lussier, Diane — 112 
Lussier, Kathleen — 58, 106 
Lussier, Susan — 112 
Lynch, Stephen - 50, 69, 118 
Lyons, Susan — 112 

M 

MacAlice, Brian — 101 

Macaione, John — 69, 119 

MacDonald, Brian - 10.6 

MacDonald, Carolyn - 51, 82, 112 

MacDonald, Lorraine — 106 

MacDonnell, Gregory - 56, 106 

MacDonnell, Leah - 47, 50, 57, 119 

MacDonnell, Veronica - 43, 50, 52, 54, 124 

Maclnnis, Cynthia — 33 

Mackey, Brenda — 100 

Mackey, Christopher — 101 

Mackey, Robert — 49 

Mackey, Suzanna — 101 

Mackey, Virginia — 60, 112 

Mackie, Deborah — 119 

Mackie, Frances — 119 

Mackie, Robert - 112 

MacLean, Jeanne — 106 

MacLean, John — 112 

MacLean, Judith — 101 

MacNeil, Kathleen - 119 

MacNeil, Louise — 106 

Maduskuie, Thomas - 10, 101, 102 

Maguire, Alan — 101 

Maguire, Ann Marie — 48, 124 

Maguire, Bruce — 112 

Maguire, Stuart — 106 

Mahoney, James — 93 

Manchester, John — 93 

Manchester, John — 106 

Man ley, Donald — 124 

Manley, Michael — 112 

Manley, Virginia — 101 

Mann, Robert - 124 

Mann, Laurence — 106 

Manning, Stephen — 33 

Marchand, Arsene — 101 

Marchand, Brenda — 106 

Marchand Gerald — 119 

Marchand, Janice — 112 

Marcatte, Robert - 67, 112 

Marshall, Patricia - 101, 102 

Marshall, Robert - 124 

Marshall, Wanda - 106 

Martin, Catherine — 119 

Martin, George — 33 

Martin, Robert - 112 

Martucci, Donna - 33, 58, 59, 89 

Martucci, Lauretta — 112 

Massey, Lynne — 33 

Masterson, Laureen — 101 

Matakanski, John — 112 

Matakanski, Mathew — 106 

Mauritz, John — 33 

Mauritz, Mary — 49 

Mauritz, Robert - 43, 52, 119, 116 

Mavrides, Mary — 52, 119 

Mavrides Michael - 20, 106 

Mayer, Janice — 101 

Mayer, Kenneth - 51, 59, 110, 113 

Mayer, Lenore — 57, 106 

McBrien, Maureen — 60, 113 

McBrien, Michael — 101 

McClain, Jusith - 58, 60 

McClain, Perry - 101 

McCullough, Kevin - 113 

McCullough, Richard - 124 

McDade, Kathleen - 124 

McDavitt, Michael - 48, 106 



McGarry, Edward - 43, 63, 124 

McGarry, Frances - 33, 42, 44, 76, 82, 137 

McGarry, Janet - 45, 106 

McGarry, Mary — 113 

McGrail, Miles - 106 

McHugh, Charles - 106 

Mclntyre, Robert - 101 

McKillop, Donald - 124 

McLacklan, Gary - 56, 57, 106, 107, 113 

McLean, Dennis — 106 

McLean, Mark - 94, 124 

McMorrow, Janet — 124 

McMorrow, Nancy — 101 

McNamara, David — 113 

McNamara, Robert — 124 

Meegan, Jeremiah — 33 

Megna, Joan — 101 

Menzel, Deborah — 106 

Metcalf, Janet - 101 

Metcalf, Michael - 72, 124 

Meunier, David — 119 

Meunier, Russell — 33 

Miconi, Donna - 34, 45, 47, 48, 50 

Miconi, Marie — 119 

Miller, Brian - 124 

Miller, Douglas - 113 

Miller, Paul - 113 

Miranda, John — 113 

Miranda, Robert - 106 

Mitchell, Bruce - 119 

Mitchell, Donald - 101 

Mitchell, Jack - 113 

Mitchell, Jean - 58, 101 

Moore, Caren — 119 

Moore, Michael — 101 

Morin, Donna — 119 

Morone, Karen — 113 

Morone, Marcia — 124 

Morrill, Jeffrey - 119 

Morrill, Robert - 101 

Morris, Michael — 101 

Morriseau, Lois — 101 

Morriss, David — 113 

Morriss, Paul — 124 

Morse, Gregory - 34, 133 

Morse, Patricia — 119 

Morse, Wendy - 106 

Mowry, Christine - 82, 113 

Mozart, Charles — 113 

Mugford, Donald - 101 

Mugford, Douglas — 113 

Muir, Christine — 107 

Mullaney, Carol - 47, 80, 124 

Mullaney, Kathleen — 101 

Mullaney, Kenneth - 67, 110 

Mullen, Donna — 113 

Murphy, Donna — 113 

Murphy, Julianne — 124 

Murphy, Pamela — 113 

Murphy, Paul - 101 

Murray, Pamela — 101 

Myers, Jo Ellen - 80 

N 

Napier, Robert - 63 
Napier, Steven - 34, 63 
Nason, Barbara - 34, 52, 131 
Nason, Constance — 113 
Neal, Diana, 60, 119 
Needham, John — 101 
Neef, Rudolf - 124 
Nelson, David — 34 
Nelson, Dawn — 113 
Nelson, Donna - 57, 78, 113 
Nelson, Linda — 113 
Nelson, Mark — 119 
Nelson, Peter - 48, 124 
Newhall, Guy - 34 
Newman, Jeffrey — 113 
Nichols, David - 74, 119 
Nichols, Judith - 34, 64, 91 
Norton, Everett — 113 
Norton, William - 124 

O 

Ober, Dale - 107 

O'Brien, Erin - 107 

O'Brien, Kathleen - 101 

O'Brien, Patricia - 18, 43, 47, 51, 52, 53, 64, 85, 

116, 119 
O'Connell, Daniel - 124 
O'Connell, John - 21 
O'Laughlin, Kathleen - 107 
Oliva, Diane - 34, 46 



Oliva, Stephen - 113 

Olsen, Douglas — 124 

Olsen, Glenn - 70, 71, 74, 124, 125 

Olsen, Margaret — 107 

Olsson, Scott - 101 

O'Neil, Peter - 72, 124 

O'Neil, Susan - 58, 1 13 

Ozias, Gary - 72, 73 



Packard, Barbara — 107 

Packard, Kathleen — 91 

Page, James — 34 

Page, William - 125 

Palmer, Cynthia — 101 

Paquin, Richard — 107 

Parkinson, Deborah — 101 

Parkinson, Donald — 113 

Parmenter, Margaret — 46, 119 

Parsons, Robert — 125 

Parsons, Susan — 101 

Patridge, Karen — 101 

Pasquantonio, George — 107 

Pasquantonio, Jean - 43, 47, 52, 54, 124, 125, 

127 
Pasquantonio, Mary — 58, 88, 101 
Pasquantonio, Mary — 58, 88, 101 
Pasquantonio, Terry — 35 
Patchin, David - 113 
Patchin, George — 113 
Patton, Charles - 119 
Patton, Kathryn - 35, 45, 50, 51, 54, 94 
Patton, Kenneth - 107 
Patton, Margaret - 58, 113 
Paul, Raymond — 101 
Payne, Beverly - 78, 119 
Payne, Harry — 113 
Payne, Susan — 101 
Pazurchek, Dorothea - 58, 89, 98, 101 
Pazurchek, Gregory - 63, 67, 118, 119 
Pearson, Karen - 34, 35, 42, 47, 51, 52, 57, 84 
Pearson, Martin — 56, 113 
Peasley, Barry — 119 
Peck, Cynthia - 101 
Peck, David - 113 
Peckham, Susan - 64, 80, 119 
Pederson, Carol — 125 
Pelletier, Aline - 49, 113 
Pelletier, Collette - 35, 52, 96 
Pelletier, Paul - 101 
Pelletier, Robert - 35, 42, 63, 74, 137 
Peloquin, Brenda — 113 
Peloquin, Carol — 107 
Peloquin, Kathleen — 35, 58 
Peloquin, Robin — 101 
Peloquin, Kathleen — 35, 58 
Peloquin, Robin — 101 
Peloquin Sandra — 107 
Pereira, James — 57, 107 
Pericolo, Edward - 35, 63, 64, 74 
Pericolo, Linda — 113 
Perron, Robert — 35 
Perry, Barbara - 48, 55, 57, 113 
Perry, Christine - 45, 46, 48, 51, 54, 95, 125 
Perry, Dwight - 113 
Perry, Ethan - 101 
Perry, Harold - 51, 125, 127 
Perry, William - 24, 35, 96 
Petersen, Jon — 101 
Petersen, Karen — 113 
Petersen, Vibeke — 101 
Petrillo, John - 113 
Petrillo, Judith - 101 
Petrovick, Bruce - 101, 102 
Petitt, Arthur - 87, 113 
Pezold, Judith - 77, 113 
Pezold, Thomas — 35 
Philpin, Jeanne — 113 
Philpin, Linda - 35, 85 
Picard, Arthur — 119 
Pierce, Judith - 107 
Pierce, Karen - 58, 101 
Pilblad, Donna - 113 
Pink, Wendy - 101 
Pitt, Carol - 107 
Plante, Bradley - 107 
Plante, Kathleen - 58, 60, 119 
Plante, Laurel - 107 
Plante, Lynne - 101 
Plante, Michael - 35 
Plumer, John — 113 
Plumer, Mary - 36, 37, 59 
Poles, Edward — 36 
Pond, Lu Anne — 101 
Porter, Barry - 125 



Porter, Charles - 101 

Porter, Cheryl - 36 

Porter, Dennis - 43, 52, 124, 125 

Porter, Joseph — 1 19 

Porter, Marilyn — 119 

Post, Beatrice - 107 

Post, Diana - 1 19 

Pothier, Madeleine — 119 

Pottle, Deborah - 107 

Powell, George — 107 

Powell, Steven - 101 

Power, David - 43, 1 19 

Power, Dennis — 101 

Power, Donald - 43, 63, 72, 74, 125 

Power, Glenn - 125 

Powers, John - 69, 71, 119 

Powers, Michael — 119 

Prantis, Marie — 101 

Pray, Lawrence — 95 

Pray, Michael - 113 

Preston, Debbie — 36 

Preston, JoAnn — 102 

Preston, Richard — 71, 119 

Prevett, Janet - 58, 107 

Prevett, Peter - 67, 125 

Pritchard, Leon — 107 

Proal, Myna - 43, 48, 119 

Proal, Paul - 113 

Proal, William - 43, 45, 49, 125 

Probert, David - 119 

Probert, Grace - 107 

Proulx, Pamela 

R 

Ragucci, Carol - 80, 81, 119 

Ragucci, Michael — 63, 125 

Rammel, Lauren — 107 

Ravinski, Anthony — 125 

Ravinski, Judith - 107 

Ravinski, Mark — 36 

Ravinski, Paula — 107 

Ravinski, Sandra — 113 

Ravinski, Sheila — 113 

Raymond, Joanne - 43, 52, 54, 58, 76, 124, 125 

Raymond, Loel — 113 

Reaville, George — 119 

Reid, Marcia - 50, 52, 54, 59, 125 

Reidel, Charles - 56, 107 

Renner, John — 56, 107 

Reybrock, Anthony — 51, 113 

Reybrock, Jacquelyne — 107, 108 

Reybrock, Maryelayna - 46, 47, 51, 54, 58, 59, 

125 
Reybrock, Nicholas — 36, 56 
Reynolds, Frederick — 36 
Reynolds, Lois - 57, 102 
Reynolds, Steven — 113 
Rice, William - 74, 75 

Richardson, Charles - 6, 7, 36, 44, 48, 55, 57, 
88, 91, 96 

Richardson, David - 125 

Rick, Claudia - 113 

Rick, Jeffrey - 125 

Rideout, Nancy - 58, 102 

Rioux, Jacqueline — 107 

Rioux, Joseph — 119 

Riley, Kathy - 102 

Rivet, Susan - 102 

Robbins, Deborah - 58, 101 

Robinson, Cheryl — 36 

Robinson, Jane — 36 

Robinson, Lewis — 102 

Robinson, Susan - 77, 80, 81, 82, 113 

Robison, Scott - 63, 120 

Robitaille, Linda - 120 

Robson, Paul - 102 

Robson, Valerie - 47, 120 

Roche, Susan — 36 

Roderick, David - 120 

Roderiques, Doona — 120 

Roderiques, Donna — 120 

Roderiques, Francis — 104, 107 

Rogers, Christie Lee — 120 

Rogers, Kimball — 125 

Rogers, Margaret - 36, 45, 47, 50, 58 

Ronhock, Marc - 120 

Rooney, Charles — 107 

Rooney, William 120 

Rose, Constance — 102 

Rose, James — 74, 75 

Rose, Richard - 71, 125 

Ross, Barbara - 43, 51, 52, 58, 120 

Ross, Walter - 56, 100, 102 

Rouille, Linda — 37 

Rounds, Emory — 113 



Rowell, Bruce - 120 
Rowell, Roberta - 37, 49 
Rowland, Dennis - 51, 110, 113 
Roy, Denise - 60, 94, 120 
Roy, Michael - 125 
Ryder, Carolyn — 113 



Sacco, J; nice — 107 

Sacco, N cholas — 37, 63 

Saks, Irm nt - 107 

Sanchioni, Janet — 113 

Sanchioni, Joyce — 113 

Sanchioni, Paul - 120 

Santoro, Peter — 113 

Sarrazin, David — 107 

Saunders, David - 102 

Sawyer, Richard - 120 

Schaefer, Charles - 125 

Schickle, Carole - 37, 58, 89 

Schnorbus, Dan — 113 

Schoening, Harry - 63, 64, 67, 74, 125 

Schoening, Jeffrey — 102 

Schofield, Gary - 102 

Schofield, Paul - 63, 121 

Scholter, Paul - 48, 107 

Schurman, Winslow — 7, 135 

Sebastiao, Antone — 120 

Sebastiao, Richard — 72 

Semple, Marcia - 6, 24, 25, 37, 42, 44, 55, 57, 

58, 88, 91, 96, 119 
Sequin, Deborah — 107 
Shangraw, Howard — 108 
Shangraw, Martha — 120 
Sharon, Charlene - 102 
Sharon, Alice - 24, 37 
Sharron, Keith - 102 
Sheehan, Jane - 37, 45, 47, 59, 82 
Sheehan, Michael - 102 
Shepard, George — 37 
Shepard, Susan — 120 
Shobaken, Richard - 37, 72 
Shobaken, Ronald - 102 
Sievert, Jere - 43, 45, 50, 51, 54, 59, 125 
Sievert, William - 60, 113 
Simmons, Jean — 104, 108 
Simpson, Larry — 125 
Simpson, Mary - 24, 38, 42, 45, 50, 54, 59 
Skinner, Cheryl - 95, 113 
Skinner, Michael - 120 
Smith, Cheryl - 113 
Smith, Gerald - 102 
Smith, Pamela - 108 
Smith, Pamela - 125 
Smith, Richard - 56, 114 
Smith, Robert - 125 
Snow, Chesley - 108 
Snow, Clifford - 112, 114 
Snow, Doris — 126 
Snow, Geraldine — 114 
Snow, Sandra — 120 
Snyder, Frances — 102 
Sorenson, Linda — 46, 58, 126 
Sorjanen, Robert — 102 
Sousa, Richard - 108 
Speer, Cynthia - 46, 120 
Sprague, Karen - 38, 58, 64, 78 
Sprague, Karol — 38, 64 
Stacey, Constance — 102 
Stacey, Wanda - 49, 64, 114 
Stack, Edward - 114 
Stahl, Gregory - 114 
Standing, Lee — 120 
Standing, Paul - 102 
Stasis, Kenneth - 71, 120 
Stasis, Richard - 108 
Stasis, Robert - 38, 62, 63, 71, 74, 96 
Stearns, Jarjorie — 108 
Stearns, Maureen — 120 
Steel, Gary - 102 
Steel, George - 38 
Steeves, Gregory — 120 
Steeves, Kathleen — 126 
Steliga, Shirley - 11, 114 
Stephens, Robert - 102 
Stewart, Arlene — 114 
Stewart, Bruce — 126 
Stobbart, George - 38, 72 
Stock, Joseph — 108 
Stone, Charles - 108 
Stuart, Lee - 38, 42, 82, 137 
Such, John — 114 

Such, Margaret - 38, 45, 47, 50, 51, 59 
Such, Robert - 102 
Sullivan, Eileen — 126 



Sullivan, Gail - 52, 77, 82, 126 

Sullivan, Paul - 102 

Sullivan, Robert - 102 

Sullivan, Russell - 56, 109 

Sullivan, Theodore — 38 

Sullivan, William - 114 

Sumner, Susan - 104, 108 

Sundquist, Carl — 38 

Sundquist, Deborah — 114 

Sundquist, Janice — 120 

Sundquist, Marilyn — 126 

Sundquist, Wayne — 102 

Supple, Michael - 102 

Swan, Timothy - 120 

Sweeney, James — 48, 108 

Sweeney, Kathleen — 102 

Swenson, Melissa - 52, 53, 59, 80, 126 



Taber, Robert - 102 

Taylor, Debra - 88, 114 

Taylor, Donna - 58, 108 

Tessier, Cheryl - 102 

Tessier, George — 120 

Thibeau, Cynthia - 126 

Thibodeau, Alden - 126 

Thibodeau, Kathleen - 114 

Thibodeau, Stephen - 120 

Toompson, David — 102 

Thornton, Ann - 58 

Thornton, Kenneth - 102 

Tibbetts, Lyn - 57, 78, 112, 114 

Tibbetts, Ronald - 10, 98, 102 

Tobey, Janice - 108 

Todaro, Daniel - 108 

Todaro, James - 39, 45, 51, 59 

Todaro, Nicholas - 108 

Topham, David - 40, 56, 126 

Topham, Linda - 39, 82 

Topham, Paul - 120 

Topham, Robert — 39 

Tourtillotte, Linda - 39, 46, 58 

Tower, Daniel — 114 

Tower, Diana - 52, 53, 59, 77, 82, 126 

Tower, Ronald - 108 

Travers, Gregory — 126 

Tremblay, James - 108 

Treweek, Linda — 108 

Tripp, Jeanette — 114 

Tripp, Richard - 108 

Tucker, David - 114 

Tucker, Linda — 37, 39 

Turcotte, Jacqueline — 108 

Twardzicki, Chester — 39 

Twardzicki, Mark - 108, 114 

Twardzicki, Naida - 39, 48, 54 



Ufheil, John - 114 
Ulrich, Robert - 108 



U 



V 



Valentine, Sarah - 110, 114 

Varieur, Joscelyn — 108 

Velino, Elaine - 102 

Veverits, John — 49 

Vine, Patricia - 43, 49, 51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 64, 

77, 117, 120 
Vine, Thomas — 108 
Viola, Linda - 104, 108 
Viverious, Joseph — 108 

W 

Wadleigh, Gregory — 56, 114 

Wadleigh, Kathleen - 58, 108 

Wadleigh, Thomas - 43, 52, 63, 74, 110, 124, 

125, 126 
Waitkevick, Robert - 120 
Waldron, Gail - 47, 50, 51, 52, 58, 120 
Waldron, Russell - 102 
Wallace, Deborah - 39, 44, 50 
Wallace, Roberta - 114 
Wallace, William - 102 
Wallin, Marjorie - 108 

Walton, Stephen — 114 

Wambolt, Gwenn — 114 

Warren, Robert - 102 

Washburn, Donna — 120 

Washburn, Glenn — 114 

Washburn, Jonathan — 72, 108 

Washburn, Richard - 50, 126 

Waters, Debra - 102 



Waters, Gregory — 108 
Waters, Pamela - 89, 126 
Watremez, Marie — 120 
Watson, Carolyn — 114 
Watson, Henry — 114 
Watson, Jeffrey - 39, 63 
Watson, Karen - 39, 51 
Watson, Neil - 102 
Weaver, Cynthia - 60, 114 
Weaver, Stephanie - 58, 88, 102 
Welik, Stephen - 120 
Welik, Michael - 39, 67 
Welsh, Donna - 102 
Welsh, Leland - 114 
Welsh, Phyllis - 102 
West, Kim - 98, 102 
Westhaver, Barbara - 58, 126 
Westhaver, Chipman — 114 
White, Alan - 120 
White, Bernice - 39, 76, 80 
White, Donna - 120 
White, Frederick, - 102 
White, Michael - 56, 114 
White, William - 108 
Whitehouse, Geoffrey - 60, 108 
Whitehouse, John — 126 
Whitehouse, Wendy - 60, 120 
Whyte, Alexander - 74, 75 
Whyte, John - 108 
Wickman, Guy - 40, 67, 96 
Widak, Stanley - 49, 126 

Widak, Steven - 120 

Wiggin, Robert — 114 

Wiggin, William - 102 

Wiklund, Cynthia - 40, 45, 50, 64, 91 

Wiklund, David - 108 

Wiklund, Debra - 108 

Wiklund, Norma - 48, 120 

Wilkinson, Paul - 114 

Willard, Deborah - 52, 114 

Willerd, Walter - 126 

Williams, Michael - 102 

Willis, Deborah - 76, 78, 79, 114 

Willis, Steven - 126 

Wilson, Harold - 72, 120 

Wilson, Jeanne — 126 

Winn, Sarah - 64, 88, 126 

Witherell, Leslie - 102 

Wojciechowski, Maureen — 114 

Wolf, Joan - 108 

Wolf, Otto - 120 

Wolowicz, Shirley — 102 

Wood, Donna - 80, 126 

Wood, Douglas - 120 

Wood, John E. - 102 

Wood, John L. - 102 

Wood, Kathleen - 120 

Wood, Linda - 114 

Wood, Nancy - 102 

Wood, Peter - 114 

Wood, Stephen - 102 

Wood, Russell - 57, 126 

Woodland, Barry - 108 

Woodland, William - 114 

Woodward, Beaulah — 114 

Woodward, David - 40, 51, 59 

Woodward, Miles - 120 

Woodward, Stephen — 114 

Woodworth, Van - 108 

Woolford, Donna - 12, 40, 55, 56, 58, 76, 137 

Woolford, Jane - 58, 60, 114 

Woolford, Linda - 120 

Woolford, Stephen - 87, 126 

Wright, Diane - 102 

Wright, Jeanne - 43, 58, 120 

Wyllie, George - 126 



Young, James — 102 
Young, Ronald - 108 
Young, Sara - 82, 114 



Zaccardi, William - 106, 108 
Zagarella, Deborah - 102 
Zellar, Marianne - 60, 114 
Zilch, Carol - 47, 64, 78, 120 
Zilch, Joan - 102 





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Priscilla Barnes 




Pirremorin 


Mr. & Mrs. Howard F. Davis 




Long Live Shaler 


Mr. & Mrs. John J. Pasquantonio 




The Two Cute Blondes on South Street 


V. Dzelzitis 




A Friend 


Mr. & Mrs. John Robbins 




The Drugstore patron 


Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Hallett 




Greg Morse 


Mrs. Alice E. Church 




The Girl Next Door 


Mrs. Kenneth P. Doe 




The Satellites 


Catherine Brennan 




Tigers Troopers 


School Nurse 




Edd Particki 


Wink & Marcia 




Mr. & Mrs. Henri Beauchemin 


Jo Ann Self 




Mr. Vaillancourt 


The Newlyweds 




Miss Gail Wexler 


Two Wanderers 




Mr. & Mrs. John Dwyer 


Mr. & Mrs. Dana Boynton 




Mr. & Mrs. Robert Creighton 


Mary L. Voegtlin 




Rich and Karol 


Mr. Sumner 




John and Cindy 


Mr. & Mrs. Burry 




Peter and Janice 


R. J. Perry 




Smitty 


Brian S. Hamilton 




Mighty Mite 


E. J. Denon 




Silence is Bananas Loudness is Grapefruit 


Miss Marsha A. Friel 




Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Weinmann 


Mildred L. Edwards 




Party FRIDAY Night 


HELP! 




M.J.D.S.S. 


Sam and Collette 




Genevieve Szczepaniak 


Jimmy and Carole 




Third Verse 


Billy and Ellen 




s.s.s. 


Miss Cimini 




Donna 


Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Willard 




Mr. Antone Cabral 


German-Russian Culture Club 




John Ippolito 


Cindy and Kristen 




Me and my Shadow 


Tom and Jerry 




Mrs. Katherine Hadjiyannis 


Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Hamilton 




Miss Sheila Sullivan 


Jim and Arlene 




William G. Skulley 


Pete and Dede 




Mr. & Mrs. Conrad R. Pensavalle 


Barbara Beauchemin 




Mr. & Mrs. William Wallace 


Fred Taber 




Mr. & Mrs. William Brennan 


Mr. & Mrs. Seth Armen 




Sloopy and Chiquita 


Mrs. M. A. Seivert 




Mr. & Mrs. Bowden 


Mick Jagger, BoDiddley & M. Waters 









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Photography by Vantine 




THE MINER FURNITURE CO. 



16 Richards Ave. 



North Attleboro, Mass. 




RIED'S TV & APPLIANCES 

Route # 1, North Attleboro 
Phone MYrtle 9-2121 



ALVIN J. FREEMAN 



Complete Insurance Protection 



Norfolk, Massachusetts 



HAZEL GARDNER INSURANCE 
AGENCY 



F. W. SIMMONS 

INTERIOR DECORATING & EXTERIOR PAINTING 

69 South St., Plainville 

MY 5-5418 



Our Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 

WRENTHAM INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 

Insurance of all kinds 

LILLA M. POND 
EV 4-2542 

Morse Building 
Opposite town offices 



Good Luck to the Class of '66 



CROSBY VALVE & GAGE CO. 

and 
THE ASHTON VALVE CO. 



Wrentham, Mass. 




BESSETTE FORD SALES, INC. 
and Sports Car Center 



Telephone: Franklin 528-0040 



On Route 140 



THE KING PHILIP TEACHERS 



ASSOCIATION 



Congratulations the Class of 1966 



GOOD HEALTH AND GOOD LUCK 
CLASS OF 1966 

GARELICK FARMS 

"Taste the Freshness" 
Milk and Dairy Products 



Compliments of 




BEAUCHAINE'S, INC. 




Lumber & Building Materials 




149 Chestnut Street 




North Attleboro, Mass. 


WATERS0N TOOL 




& 




ENGINEERING CO., INC. 




Tool and Die Makers 




Wrentham, Massachusetts 


ijCiiuWiH S OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY 




17 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET 
NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. 02700 


P^^^S 








FLORAL STEAK HOUSE 




Luncheons Daily from 11:00-3:00 




Franklin Street 


Boston-Providence Highway, Rt. # 1 


Wrentham, Mass. 


Plainville, Mass. 




Telephones: 695-9070, 699-7344, 699-2758 





EAST STREET GARAGE 

General Repairing 

Telephone: 384-3362 Wrentham, Mass. 

R. A. Giannetti, Prop. 



GUNDLACH'S HOFBRAUHAUS 

American & German Food 
at its best 
MY 5-9053 




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NORFOLK FOOD MART, INC. 

Norfolk, Mass. 




STARDUST MOTOR INN 

U.S. Route 1 

Wrentham, Mass. 

Merrill S. Baxter, Manager 

EV 4-3176 



Always Remember — This Symbol 

Means Better Value For Your Used 
Car Dollar 

WRENTHAM MOTOR SALES 

INC. 

Rte. 1A Wrentham Center at the Common 

EV 4-3066 



THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

Paint — Wallpaper — Art Supplies 

41 Main St. 

Franklin, Mass. 

528-0900 



an exciting setting 
for your next event 



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RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 

ON ROUTES 140 & IA • WRENTHAM • EV 4-311 I 



Le CIRCLE FRANQAIS 


FRED BAKER & SON 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 

Kelly Blvd., No. Attleboro 
Tel. 699-3481 


AL'S SERVICE STATION 

Shell Products 

46 South St. 

Plainville, Mass. 

MY 5-5852 


Tel. MYrtle 5-5201 

^VYlickael [A. "Jyigorito 
MEN and BOYS WEAR 

8 No. Washington St. 
No. Attleboro, Mass. 


MICROWAVE SPECIALTIES, INC. 

380 South Street 
Plainville, Mass. 


FRANK'S TEXACO 

Repairs & Tune 

Road Service 

139 South St. 
Plainville, Mass. 






Plastic Systems 

for Electronics 

CHOMERICS, INC. 

380 South Street 

Plainville, Mass. 02762 

Call 699-4479 


"JOE" CURTIS REAL ESTATE 

13 North Washington Street 

North Attleboro, Mass. 

Telephone: 699:4487 



Norge and Westinghouse Appliances 
We sell and install 

D. G. RANIERI SUPPLY CO. 

Plumbing and Heating 

Air Conditioning 

Telephone 528-0930 
58 East Central Street, Franklin, Mass. 



J. MAJEAU, INC. 

COIFFEURS OF DISTINCTION 

447 East Central St. 

Franklin 

Open Mon. through Sat. 

Evenings Wed., Thurs., & Fri. 



L J. CATALDO COMPANY 

Quality Men's Store 

Clothing — Furnishings — Shoes 

Franklin, Mass. 



DANTE MOTORS 

Chrysler — Plymouth — Valiant 

Specializing in Fine Used Cars 

138 East Central Street 

Franklin, Mass. 

Tel. 528-0180 




Congratulations 
from 



FRANKLIN MILL STORE 

Union Street 
(at railroad crossing) 

New England's Largest 
Fabric Center 

Store Hours: 
Open Daily 8:30-6:00 

Evenings: Mon., Thurs., & Fri. 
til 9:00 P.M. 



ARROW HEAD GARDENS 



Wrentham, Mass. 
Tel. Ev. 4-2494 




CENTER LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Carlson Circle 

Norfolk, Mass. 

Bird — Ruberoid — Celotex 

Pittsburgh Paint — Glass 

Hardware 

Telephone 528-0210 or 528-0211 



MORSE PAINT & SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

South Street 
Wrentham, Mass. 


PAUL E. HEFRON 

400 Franklin St. 

Wrentham, Mass. 

Selective Insurance Underwriting 

Coverage Reviewed by Appointment 

Telephone 

Suburban Boston 769-1033 

Residence 384-2296, 2284 


PLAINVILLE NEWS BUREAU 

Plainville, Mass. 


L & M SERVICE STATION 

Rockwood Rd. 

Norfolk, Mass. 

528-1515 


SIMEONE STONE CORP. 

B. A. SIMEONE, INC. 

Bituminous Concrete and Stone Products 

400 Green Street 

Wrentham, Mass. 

Ev 4-3161 


THE CENTRE SHOP 

Marian and Bill Cavanaugh 



BUCKLEY & MANN INC. 

Manufacturers of 

Reclaimed Products 

in Norfolk since 1905 


VARJIAN'S MARKET 

Brothers Greg & Harry 

Main Street 

Franklin, Mass. 


PLAINVILLE DRUG 

122 South Street 

Plainville, Mass. 

A. G. Nadeem E. Cardozo 

Phone: 695-5091 


MY 9-2633 

YOUNG CONSTRUCTION CO. 


Sales and Service 

COOPER'S APPLIANCE SERVICE 

Whirpool Home Appliances 

23 Lincoln Avenue 

Plainville, Mass. 

Telephone MY 9-8032 




Finest Homes Anywhere 
William 1. Young West Bacon St. 

Plainville, Mass. 



B. & L. 
CLEANERS, INC. 



Wrentham and 
North Attleboro, Mass. 



METALS & CONTROLS INC. 

A Corporate Division of 

TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 

Incorporated 

Attleboro, Massachusetts 




Attleboro's largest growth 

company with challenging 

training and advancement 

opportunities for new 

employees. 




PLAINVILLE DRIVE IN 
THEATRE 

Route 152, Plainville 

Open Year Round 

Safe Electric Car Heaters 

Tel. MY 5-6022 



BUSINESS PATRONS 



Birmingham Furniture 

Florence J. Boomer 

Jo-AI's Coiffures 

Irene's Beauty Salon 

Henry's Barber Shop 

Elliott Bros. 

Wayne's Croft Motel 

Mary's 

Western Auto Assoc. No. Attleboro 

Danny's Luncheonette 

Kelly's Sptg. Goods 

Art's 3 Hr. Cleaners, Inc. 

Howard W. Topham — Woonsocket Call 



Best Wishes to the Class of 



1966 



ROBERT J. ROSS 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 



NORFOLK PHARMACY 



Norfolk, Mass. 



The PRESCRIPTION STORE 



WRENTHAM STEEL PRODUCTS 



Wrentham, Massachusetts 



W. T. HOLMES 

Bus Contractor 

Myrtle Street, Norfolk 

528-1597 



HOLLER'S CONCENTRATED 
BEVERAGES INC. 

589 Granite Ave. 
Braintree, Massachusetts 

One of America's Largest Bottlers 

of Concentrated Beverage Bases 

Pure Fruit Juices (5-1) 

Fruit Flavors (64-1) 

Vitamin C Enriched 

J. Carter Hollis Charles A. Perry 


BEAVER COAL & OIL CO. 

Rockwood Rd. 
Norfolk, Mass. 


Good Luck 
Class of "66" 

MR. & MRS. WALTER H. ROWELL 


AL'S SERVICE STATION 

Shell Products 

46 South St. 

Plainville, Mass. 

MY 5-9852 


Your Electric Servant 

MASSACHUSETTS 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 

35 Main St. 
Franklin, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

RAY 


"The Home of Good Things To Eat" 

P & J PASTRY SHOP 

Wrentham Center 
384-7561 


DON ROBINSON 

Real Estate and Insurance 

Sales — Rentals — Custom Construction 

Property Management 

117 South Street 33 Elizabeth St. 
Plainville, Mass. Attleboro, Mass. 
699-4455, 4456 222-4747 


Best Wishes to the Class of 1966 

FALK'S MARKET and GENERAL STORE 


Compliments 
of 

KELLY BROTHERS 


A& J 
TOOL & FINDINGS CO., INC. 

Metal Specialties 

6 West Bacon Street 

Plainville, Mass. 

Tel. MY 5-6631 MY 5-5211 


CARVALHO'S GARAGE 

Auto Repairing — Welding 

88 Ottawa Street 

Attleboro, Mass. 

Tel. CA 2-1040 


WRENTHAM PLAZA SERVICE 
CENTER 

South Street and Randall Road 

Wrentham, Mass. 

384-7566 



W. H. RILEY & SON, INC. 



1 North Main Street 61 No. Wash. St. 

Attleboro, Mass. No. Attleboro, Mass. 

CA 2-4455 MY 5-9391 

Fuel Oil & Service 

Heating & Air Conditioning 
Oil Burners 

Aluminum Windows 

Bottled Gas 
Coal 

Excavating 



ATTLEBORO 
and 

PLAINVILLE 
COAL CO., INC. 

West Bacon St. 

Plainville, Mass. 

MY 5-9374 


Congratulations and 

best wishes 
to the Class of 1966 

THE DAVIS STORE 


PLAINVILLE 
STOCK 

COMPANY 


L& B 
Chevrolet — Oldsmobile, Inc. 

New Chevrolets and Oldsmobiles 

OK Used Cars 

Complete Service Dept. 

Wrentham, Mass. 




ANN'S BEAUTY SALON 

All Branches of Beauty Culture 

Specializing in: hair coloring, permanents, hair styling 

Open: Mon., Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 8:30 - 6:00 

For Appointment Call: MY 9-2550 



OX YOKE KENNELS 

Saint Bernards 

for 

Pets or Show 

MY 5-6395 

6 Messenger Street Plainville, Mass. 



Compliments to the Class of 1966 



EIGHTH STUDENT COUNCIL 



Congratulations 

Class of '66 

The BOOSTERS OF TOMORROW 



KING PHILIP 
BOOSTERS CLUB 



"looking forward to having you as 
one of us" 



NORFOLK LIQUOR MART 

Myrtle Street 
528-3220 


FICCO'S BOWL-A-DROME 

Bowling Party Every Mon. & Thurs. 

from 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 noon 

"Coffee and Doughnuts" 

"Shoes & Instruction" 

$1.00 

Open 9:00 Mon. -Sat. 

Sun. at 1:00 

Route 140 Tel. 528-1142 

Franklin, Mass. 


FRATES DAIRY BAR 

Specializing in 

Steakburgers with Fried Onions 

and Quick Snacks 

Route 1, Plainville, Mass. 

MY 5-9054 


Compliments of 

DOR-WIN LUMBER CO. 

Kelly Blvd., No. Attleboro 
Tel. 699-4404 


After 57 years, it's still 

SILLMAN'S 

for Shoes in the Attleboros 


DON'S DINER 

Don's Industrial Caterers 

Plainville 

Catering for Parties and all Occasions 



SANDY'S RESTAURANT 

U.S. Rt. 1, Plainville, Mass. 



Compliments of 

HOLIDAY DINER 

Route 1 Wrentham, Mass. 



Best Wishes from 



FONTAINE'S DICKENS' 



Greetings from 



BAKA 



Best Wishes and Many 
Future Successes 

RODMAN FORD SALE INC. 

Route #1, Foxboro 



MANUFACTURING CO. INCORP. 



Ql/ondzzLand J\\otd 



ALL MODERN UNITS 

Fine Restaurants Nearby 
free television in every unit 

BETWEEN TWO RACE TRACKS 
ELLIOTT AND VIOLA HIGGINS 



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Telephone 
MYrtle 5-9BB1 



Rdute Dne 
Plainville, Mass. 




CONGRATULATIONS A 

\ t ° Jj 

OUR GRADUATES ■ 

Of 1j 
1966 

THE REGIONAL PHARMACY 

Wrentham, Mass. 








Congratulations to the Class of 1966 




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668-9200 



4 SEASONS ICE ARENA 

Routes 1-27, Walpole 

Home of South Shore and Bay State Hockey Leagues 
Public Skating Sessions — Instruction by professionals 



329-1775 








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